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Old 06-11-2014, 10:44 PM   #41
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That scape looks awesome!! Very realistic, I don't think it would be to hard to attach sps to the branches, you'd have to remove them from the plug or use some putty though
Or you could just mount them horizontally . Just don't buy any ora plugs haha
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Or you could just mount them horizontally . Just don't buy any ora plugs haha
Haha, this be true. If I did mount them horizontally they wold grow towards the light correct?
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Usually when sps are horizontal it makes them put down a bunch of base first and quicker. Then they grow up
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Usually when sps are horizontal it makes them put down a bunch of base first and quicker. Then they grow up
I didn't know that! Hmmm.....this is giving me more idea's now lol. Thanks Bribo.
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That would look really cool to IMO, a bunch of sps branching off
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Old 06-11-2014, 11:13 PM   #46
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That would look really cool to IMO, a bunch of sps branching off
+1 definitely!
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That would look really cool to IMO, a bunch of sps branching off
Yes it would....if I don't kill them HAHAHA

I am gonna be honest...SPS scares me. But gotta learn sometime.
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It's really not that hard, just grab a couple BNs to start and give them a month or 2 and go from there
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It's really not that hard, just grab a couple BNs to start and give them a month or 2 and go from there
Yup or monti caps. Neither really needs a lot of care
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It's really not that hard, just grab a couple BNs to start and give them a month or 2 and go from there
Those were the first one my list. Bribo was telling me they were easy and I found other information about their care too. So they are at the top of my list
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