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    I guess pings and utrics it is. I've become rather fond of them anyways. I will just wait for my current ones to grow and transplant them.

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    Good boy! Uhmmm jim scot whats all this talk about X-Y axis? I havent gotten that far in my summer school yet to rember what that is! (is z like the sadgdal plane or something like that?)


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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]Good boy! Uhmmm jim scot whats all this talk about X-Y axis? I havent gotten that far in my summer school yet to rember what that is! (is z like the sadgdal plane or something like that?)
    He's saying that these plants don't need a lot of depth (z-axis in this case.) They're good for shallower, wider grow spaces.

    strangely enough, I just started doing something similar a couple of days ago, I got a section of sphagnum, utric, and some pings and stuck it all in some media in a shallow very wide container and am hoping it'll fill in nicely.
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    LOL! Math is our friend! Yeah, what Est said!

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    dude.

    Put DROSERA BURMANNII OR SESSIFOLIA. That would be the best. Imagine your whole pot covered in this::

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    Matt, you've got a far better camera than what I was using!


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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (rattler_mt @ July 15 2006,12:24)]
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    Quote[/b] ]an epiphitic spiecies such as reniformis or calycifida in the center
    neither of these species are epiphytics. calycifida does wonderful in waterlogged pure peat. reniformis is just a pain
    oops.....
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    Quote[/b] ]LOL! Math is our friend! Yeah, what Est said!
    Disclaimer: Be not confused. He says that what I said was correct. The statement that "Math is out friend" is not an opinion shared by this poster, nor those clients whom he represents.

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