Thank you all guys for your comments..
Here is some more info:
Tank: 100x30x40cm (h)
Lighting: Arcadia Overtank 2x39w T5
Mist: Venta Ultrasonic
Plants: Ulmus Parvifolia, two kinds of native moss (Greece)
I also use a piece of plexiglass with 2 ventilation holes to cover the tank
and a pc case fan for air circulation working at 4.5V/12V.
The mist and fan are on for a couple of minutes every half an hour (not simultaneously).
You can see photos from the first day of setup here
Just curious, how long have you been in the hobby? And what camera are you using?
From 2009, but my only experience is my first aquarium, which I kept for about 7 months, and a failed dry-start of a nano tank before I had to leave home for a year (army obligation)..
And I'm a happy Canon 600D owner for 3 months now..
Igwami terrarium! Any inhabitants?
No fauna for me right now, I want to keep it as low-maintenance as I can.
Nice! I was debating doing this also. I was going to try it with black Mangroves. Are you concerned with your tree being wet all the time?
As Jeffww said, it's in its own pot and I water it as much as it needs while it has enough humidity.
But I believe there is a danger of possible fungus if there isn't enough air circulation.
..most trees can't be grown indoors simply because the humidity is too low. Like 80% of bonsais are actually outdoor plants and can only stay indoors for a day or two before they start withering.
That's why I started this kind of setup. I got no balcony..
That's a brilliant idea, lookin sweet so far. Nice an simple, hope to see how that tree does in the long run.
Thank you my friend..
The best part is how low-maintenance it really is