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Old 12-21-2017, 05:49 PM
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I couldn't find the old thread for my build but here's an update for it



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I couldn't find the old thread for my build but here's an update for it



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Looking good. Does your heart fern stay low like that? I'm jealous if so. Mine are really tall and occasionally produce spoor leafs(don't know the terminology) that are 18" tall and big.

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That's a maiden hair fern and it's just young. You can easily trim it to stay small
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That's a maiden hair fern and it's just young. You can easily trim it to stay small
The plant that's immediately to the right of the maiden hair with the flat ovalish leaves parralel to the ground. There's also a couple of it's leaves on the other side of the maiden hair.

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Oh, that's some type of ginger! The stalks are thin so my fat tincs push the leaves down sometimes.
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