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Old 05-23-2020, 03:25 AM
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Default Re: The sphagnum/skewer method... will these plants work?

Out of those you mentioned, I'd go for the peperomia. It can stand to dry out a bit and will trail rather than cram itself up into the corner. The pothos would be my second choice because they're so versatile, but they do tend to grow more upright when light is directly above them.

The fern & philodendron scandens will both suffer from being able to dry out, but I suppose if kept moist the philodendron would also look lovely trailing down & across the back
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