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  1. General Discussion
    3 different species or one big display with one specie ?
  2. MidWest
    From the Matthaei Botanical Gardens event page: The Michigan Cactus & Succulent Society and the Southeast Michigan Bromeliad Society have once again joined forces to give you two great shows/sales in one! Come join us on Saturday and Sunday, Sept. 10th and 11th at the University of Michigan’s...
  3. Plants
    Hello and happy Friday to all! I was wondering if bromeliads could grow happily in a basking area of 93-99°F? I really like how my bromeliads are planted but am more than okay with planting them elsewhere if such temperatures are not optimal for a happy life.
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    The good stuff, assorted Neoregelia
  5. Plants
    Hello, I was looking for neos to put in my tank. They will all be very close to the light, and should be receiving over 150 par. I thought that since they will have good lighting, I mine as well have really colorful species in there. I already planned on having a few certain ones in there, but I...
  6. Parts & Construction
    Hello, I currently have a 5000k light and plan on getting bromeliads. I want a good light to get nice colors, so I planned on upgrading to a 6500k LED bulb. As of right now the 5000k looks a good white color, so Im wondering if 6500k would look too blue. everyone says that neorgelias need 6500k...
  7. Plants
    Hello, I was looking at putting some broms in my display tank to color it up and make it look nicer. It is my first build, so it is a pretty small tank so I can get a feel of how to make it. It measures 20x10x12, and I was wondering how many small broms I could place in it. I was thinking 2, and...
  8. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    Good Morning Everyone, I was fairly active on the forum a little over a year ago when researching how to build a vivarium for my two P. terribilis. Everyone was very helpful and the project turned out well. I wanted to share how the enclosure looks after 18 months of plant growth! Thanks...
  9. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    My female having a climb in my biopod Aqua
  10. Plants
    Hello, I have a tank. With plants only. It was good looking tank until I got a dog. :) Than I totally lost focus on my plants and you can see the result on pictures here (onedrive) https://1drv.ms/f/s!AuSw5F0Mb2E6iyCmV7hmqid0Llke ... Should I cut/remove dead parts of the leaves? I guess that...
  11. Plants
    I need to buy a few more broms for my vivarium and I'm struggling to find a local place that sells them. Everybody posts on here about going to Walmart, Lowes or Home Depot and buying broms but none of the stores in my area seem to carry them. (Are the broms sold here even worth putting in a...
  12. Member's Frogs & Vivariums
    Here is my first vivarium that I finished 10 min ago. I originally started it as a crested gecko vivarium. That is why I have the Golden Pothos and Sansevieria, not my favorites. I would really like to put in an aglaonema pictum tricolor in place of the Sansevieria and maybe a few peperomia...
  13. Plants
    Hi :) I’m just a newbie on the forum, I joined up here because we have recently got back into frogs, & I got some great ideas from the forum to help with our viv’ build. Years ago (read *before kids*) I did keep frogs, tropical, and marine fish. It was about 10 yrs ago when I got into broms...
  14. Plants
    Bromeliads are some of the most showy and attractive amongst foliage plants, while at the same time, being hardy and low maintenance - perfect for our busy lifestyles. They are, however, live plants, and a little care and maintenance can go a long, long way in ensuring you the get the best out...
  15. Plants
    Jusr some plant pics taken the day after Hurricane Irene: Beg boliviensis 'Bonfire:' Sarracenia purpurea venosa: Hanging plants: Tillandsia aeranthos: Canistropsis burchelli: Rock garden: Sinningia and Dyckia: Asian planting:
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