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    hey everyone!

    i have these 3 little glass cups (no drainage) and i dont know what to put in them. they are about 2 inches in diameter and about the same depth wise. im lookin for something that gets not too big, but isnt miniature and a small root system. any advice?[img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/confused.gif[/img] well, thank you everybody for your suggestions!!! take care!!

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    Terrestial utrics, and maybe one of the smaller pings should work just fine. Specifically, I have a p.agnata x gypsicola that is exactly 2" wide, and has shallow roots but they're going all over the place. There's a mystery utric growing right under/next to it, and that takes care of any wormies that are hiding in the soil. Hope that helps!
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    A smaller mexican ping would be good.

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    I second the vote for terrestrial Utrics. You might want to try for U. calycifida, nice leaves and long lasting flowers.
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