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Old 01-27-2020, 08:00 AM
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As a new member I think I will show some of the plants I use in my terrarium.

I think plans are wildly beautiful, it's not just the frogs that are beautiful in a frog terrarium.

unfortunately I do not know the names of them 🙂

First xaxim wall.

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And some Begonia and orkidé.

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On the wall to.
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Old 01-27-2020, 02:20 PM
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This looks great! I just built a huge vivarium using the common foam/silicone/coco fiber method, but I'm now learning that plants don't climb them very well and it doesn't hold much moisture, like tree fern panels do. Do you have more process shots of setting this beauty up? Love the way the marcgravia covers the surface, and then these other plants pop out!
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As a new member I think I will show some of the plants I use in my terrarium.

I think plans are wildly beautiful, it's not just the frogs that are beautiful in a frog terrarium.

unfortunately I do not know the names of them &#x1f642;

First xaxim wall.







And some Begonia and orkidé.









On the wall to.
Beautiful.

What was the growth time on your moss coming through? &#x1f642;
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unfortunately i don't have any more pictures how i set it up. my ex boyfriend bought some silicone and hung them up for me. only silicone is used
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I think 5 8 months &#x263a;&#xfe0f;
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I think 5 8 months &#x263a;&#xfe0f;
Nice. Any inhabitants in the terrarium too?
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Old 01-27-2020, 06:21 PM
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yes they have been there from the start &#x263a;&#xfe0f;
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What kind of moss did you use for the walls?
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What kind of moss did you use for the walls?
I actually don't know it's come by itself. either with plants or on xaxim
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That’s the same moss I get growing naturally via tree fern panels. So I assume there from spores that got trapped in the panels.
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That’s the same moss I get growing naturally via tree fern panels. So I assume there from spores that got trapped in the panels.


I actually think you're right about that
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The moss looks great! I wish my panels also had these spore...
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you can try with some moss from the forest, I have tried it and works
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http://i1249.photobucket.com/albums/...psuyr3yib2.jpg

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I have taken very little and can see it growing.
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you can try with some moss from the forest, I have tried it and works
I have not encountered this moss in the forest, the moss I collect here looks different.
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you can try with some moss from the forest, I have tried it and works
I have not encountered this moss in the forest, the moss I collect here looks different.

I don't know that much about moss &#x1f642; Only that it is picked up on the bottom of a fir tree.
sorry about my english. but the trees one uses for Christmas he he
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I don't know that much about moss &#x1f642; Only that it is picked up on the bottom of a fir tree.
sorry about my english. but the trees one uses for Christmas he he
Good hint! I will try looking for these.
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Even after a short time you can see it is starting to crawl up to xaxim.
Thinking about a few months, it fills the whole background.

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A day when plants need to be cut. It is only from one terrarium.

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Then my bromeliad flowers, really nice but boring it soon dies. For that they do after they have flowers.

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I had bromeliads flower 2 years aggo and they still live today. &#x1f604;
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It sounds good, for those I have who have gone into flower have died after a few months
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