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Name: tarev
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Apr 17, 2019 10:46 AM CST
Gina1960 said:I thought I might be able to reconfigure the dripper somehow into a wet-wall thingamajig but its probably in the dumpster now. I have several small pumps that might make a water exchange feature, there's plenty of room in this tank for that...a beach, a waterfall, it'll be fun. I already scored 2 sale diffienbachias for it! They are being held over in the greenhouse until I am ready. Also will probably have some cuttings from my Monstera dubia by that time, and I have a Marcgravia that is putting on a lot of new growth. I'm going to experiment around with this one a lot. I like the idea of a Nepenthes like @tarev has, will those grow mounted as epiphytes??

I think you can easily grow Nepenthes on your side, your Florida weather has better humidity levels. I have to grow them sitting in distilled water here to help compensate for our much drier conditions. Depends what cultivar you get, some are epiphytes. Some are lowland and some are highland varieties.
Name: Gina
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Apr 17, 2019 11:45 AM CST
I would want an epiphyte. I'll have to research them
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