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    Re: Indoor garden

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    I picked a couple of those bulbs and determined that they fit in a ZooMed double dome I had at home. Albert the sheep helped me hand the new light up at work, for the leftovers from the bio-active setup for my sand boa.





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    I had nothing but good experience with those bulbs, hope the best for you too! I need a sheep helper, lol.


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    Re: Indoor garden


    I just wanted to share an updated photo to my fellow plant lovers out there. I added two Arrowhead white butterfly’s. Two diffferent Peperomia’s (Radiator plants) And a White stripe Nerve plant. A big thanks to Prognathodon and Richard for making me want to dive in a little deeper. I kept my theme by still staying with Central and South America plants. And with the Peperomia I get to enjoy growing a succulent type plant. I really gotta stay outta Home Depot. Lol


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    Re: Indoor garden

    Looking great sonny
    There’s some really nice peperomia with some fantastic coloured leaves, the red leaves ones are really nice, also called rat tails as the leaves look like rat tails, lol,
    We had loads of new succulent and cacti in this week thought I’d share some picks Some of the grafted ones are so nice and colourful



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    Re: Indoor garden



    Hey Richard, here’s a picture of more rat tails, lol. I believe this is a Peperomia Caperata, It was a little neglected when I purchased him. The other is a Fittonia (white stripe?). Check it out it’s flowering, it is very healthy. The Peperomia was making tiny white “buds” on the tails also. Love the picture of the Peperomia plant you shared, and your work looks a lot nicer then the nursery’s by me.


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    Re: Indoor garden

    I really like that type of peperomia and fittonia,there’s some amazing looking indoor plants,well there indoor for U.K. but just garden plants for most of USA I guess depending where you are like
    Yes pretty lucky to work there really, here’s few
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    It looks quite amazing. I mostly go to a big box (Home Depot) store with a large garden center. The garden center it kinda hit or miss.They get some really decent stuff, but it’s not cared for properly. I’ve been meaning to look for a local nursery, but they usually have more for outdoors. And where I live it’s 90 degrees in the summer, but easily hits 15 degrees in the winter. I’m located just outta Chicago. So mostly indoor, lol.
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