Growing Miniature Orchids in the BiOrbAir

A year has passed since I set up my first BiOrbAir, an automated, specialised terrarium, which was designed by Barry Reynolds.  I have loved and appreciated this special terrarium every day, and I will continue to do so.

Now, thanks to a wonderful and very generous, special gift, from my family and friends, who all enjoy seeing my first BiOrbAir terrarium, and have appreciated watching the plants inside develop and grow.  

I love bringing nature indoors; vases of flowers, pretty stones and all manner of leaves, bark and pinecones are welcome in my house at any time of year.  I enjoy house plants, but I especially love creating bottle gardens or terrariums.  Terrariums are fun to plant up either by yourself, with a friend, or with children or a disabled or house-bound friend or relation.  

A Long Term Review of the BiOrbAir

I am reviewing and trialling the BiOrbAir, a specialised terrarium from BiOrb.  I’ll be updating this page each month with a photograph of my BiOrbAir and an update of how the plants are growing and how well the BiOrbAir is working.  

This is the first part of my long-term BiOrbAir review, it starts after planting in September 2014, and continues through until April 2015.  

BiOrbAir Terrarium Features

An in-depth look at the features of the BiOrbAir, as part of my continued long-term BiOrbAir trial and review.

The BiOrbAir has lots of great features that make this terrarium easy and enjoyable to set up and fun to use.  Everything you need to set up the terrarium comes inside the box, as part of the package when you purchase your BiOrbAir.