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Old 09-06-2019, 07:57 PM
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Second mandatory post before I can do more stuff and y'all are assured I'm not a spam robot.

My mosses are starting to spread! Also fun grammar fact: 'The plural form mosses is used when more than one kind of moss is meant. The plural is moss when referring to a collection of moss plants of the same kind.'








Is rainbow spikemoss always reddish and crunchy around the edges? Or is high light the culprit?


Dischidia ovata looks pretty when she gets red.


Hoya 'Rebecca' too!




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That's all for today folks! Thanks for looking.
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Old 09-09-2019, 01:15 PM
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The Dischidia ovata is gorgeous! I've read that it is a trailing/hanging but in your experience is it happier hanging or climbing up?
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Old 09-10-2019, 04:47 AM
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'The plural form mosses is used when more than one kind of moss is meant. The plural is moss when referring to a collection of moss plants of the same kind.'
The fact that anyone would offer this by way of introduction makes me happy.

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Old 09-20-2019, 01:58 AM
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Hehe... thank you! 🙂
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The Dischidia ovata is gorgeous! I've read that it is a trailing/hanging but in your experience is it happier hanging or climbing up?
I have three sections of D. ovata... all mounted. They seem to be incredibly happy in a viv environment. The one completely vertical with zero organic material for root cover does not grow that great. The other two grow great up and down.
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Love the growth! Maybe I missed it but what size is your viv?
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Love the growth! Maybe I missed it but what size is your viv?
Two vertical 10 gallons... pretty modest, but thank you!
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Very nice!
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