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starting at 10,90
€ 3,63 / liter
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  • Ideally suited as the basis for every nature aquarium
  • Porous volcanic rock ensures the water circulation at the bottom
  • Promotes the settlement of microorganisms
  • Rich in valuable minerals and trace elements
  • Grain size approx. 4 - 8 mm
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  • Substrate ball in 2 different sizes
  • All natural materials
  • Handmade in Europe
  • Individual plantable
  • Creativly combineable
starting at 8,90
€ 29,67 / kg
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  • Original Fluval filter media
  • For chemical filtration
  • Absorbs unwanted substances
  • Available in 3x 100 g or 800 g
  • Suitable for fresh and marine water
starting at 4,90
€ 24,50 / l
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  • Substrate for paludariums
  • Contains pumice stone and charcoal powder
  • For good air permeability in the bottom soil layer
  • Promotes effective plant growth
  • Prevents root rot caused by stagnant water
starting at 4,40
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  • Easy to handle
  • Pressed into block shape
  • Suitable for all biOrb Air terrariums
starting at 12,90
€ 64,50 / kg
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  • Natural Cork
  • Very natural look
  • Adds complexity to the layout
starting at 1,90
€ 1,65 / l
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starting at 10,90
€ 8,32 / l
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  • Attractive moss
  • To decorate with
  • As substrate
  • Stores much water
  • Improves microclimate
Terra Substrates - The Foundation in the Terrarium

Terra substrates form the foundation for creating a flourishing miniature world in terrariums, serving as much more than just a flooring. These specially developed substrates are crucial for creating a vibrant, lifelike environment for terrarium plants, playing a central role in moisture regulation, nutrient supply, and the aesthetic design of the terrarium.

The secret behind every successful terrarium lies in the choice of the right terra substrate. A carefully balanced mix of different materials such as peat, coco fibers, bark mulch, and sand forms the optimal base. This combination is crucial for the water holding capacity and release of the substrate, which in turn ensures an even moisture level. Such balance is essential for replicating various climate zones in the terrarium, from arid desert landscapes to the moist-warm conditions of tropical rainforests.

Another significant advantage of terra substrates is their ability to bind nutrients and release them gradually to the plants. This continuous supply of vital micro and macronutrients promotes strong and healthy plant growth over long periods. Furthermore, terra substrates provide a solid foundation for placing hardscape elements like stones, roots, and artificial caves, contributing to creating an authentic and natural terrarium environment.

When choosing the suitable terra substrate, the individual requirements of the planned planting should be considered. While desert dwellers like Tillandsias or succulents prefer a sandier substrate, plants of tropical rainforests need a moister and more nutrient-rich substrate. Using high-quality, pesticide-free substrates is crucial to ensure the long-term health and well-being of the plants.

In summary, terra substrates are much more than just a basis for plant growth; they are the centerpiece of successful terrarium design. By providing a natural environment that considers the unique needs of different plant species, terra substrates enable the creation of a flourishing miniature world. This not only reflects the beauty and diversity of nature but also makes a enriching addition to one's home.