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Old 01-29-2018, 10:49 PM
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break in period. just finished adding background, substrate, and plants.

looking for more plant ideas. there are two spots for potted plants.

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Old 01-30-2018, 03:15 PM
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Great looking hardscape!

Ficus pumila 'Quercifolia' would look really nice climbing up that background and filling it in. It grows slower than most other Ficus vines, like Ficus pumila 'Creeping Fig', so it won't take it over too much and it has nice, small leaves.
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Thanks for recommendation! anything other plant ideas would be appreciated
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I see that you already have some neos in there, but I am really liking the "shockwave" variety. You can never have too many broms
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Nice! This is going to look great once it starts filling in. Have you decided on the frogs you're getting yet?
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moss slurry on the hardscape (and coco hut!), and something to cover the ground a bit -- syngonium rayii, episcia 'silver skies'... something like that.
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moss slurry on the hardscape (and coco hut!), and something to cover the ground a bit -- syngonium rayii, episcia 'silver skies'... something like that.
I really like the flowers on the episcia. Hoping vendors will have it back in stock again.
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Nice! This is going to look great once it starts filling in. Have you decided on the frogs you're getting yet?
Once I get more plants, probably one of the Ranitomeyas genus.

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I see that you already have some neos in there, but I am really liking the "shockwave" variety. You can never have too many broms
I'm hoping to get a few more!
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wowow!!

Did you lay down the sphagnum on liquid silicon? the cork bark looks amazing!
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wowow!!

Did you lay down the sphagnum on liquid silicon? the cork bark looks amazing!
thanks! the background is mostly cork bark whatever little space i had left, i stuffed with spag on silicon

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Strange...I cant see the pictures...??
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Residents are 2 Imitators. Super bold. My camera is less than 6" away (macro mode)!

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