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Old 10-17-2018, 11:14 PM
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New build for a pair of imitators. Has lots of java moss and dwarf baby tears I'm hoping will take off. Restrepia cymbula in the front. Pepperomia prostrata all over the place. Neos in the back. I used (I think it was pumilio's) redart clay substrate recipe and a charcoal/sand false bottom. This is becoming a growing addiction haha
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Forgot about the marcgravia umbelleta on the right log as well. Really hoping everything takes off!
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Needs some time to grow in but I like the start. Post again after it has grown in a bit. Before and after pics are inspiring. Cheers
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Make sure the bottom of your marcgravia is nestled in sphagnum - it will show little to no growth for a while, until it roots into the sphagnum. Then, provided adequate lighting, it will go crazy! Def post an update!
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Old 10-19-2018, 12:27 AM
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Khamul, done and done. If you look in the picture it's sitting on some Spaghnum and it has actually already rooted in, just waiting on the explosion of leaves that marcgravia give off after a while. Will definitely post some updates in a month or two though. Thanks!
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Old 11-20-2018, 09:22 PM
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