Eww! There is an earthworm in my terrarium!
Now now, why are you so afraid of it? If there is earthworm in your bottle, most likely the soil is often moist. And if the soil is often moist, it is most likely a fern terrarium. And our fern terrariums are usually covered completely.
No earthworm will ever crawl around creating havoc!
Earthworms are actually kind souls that wouldn’t bite. It will, however, defaecate. Defecation from your earthworm is good news for the plant. It provides nutrient to your plant and the burrowing of the earthworms aerate the soil for better growth of your plant.
With mini earthworms crawling around, it makes your bottle plant even more interesting and more fun to daydream at.
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