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    Talking My general CP tank pics

    Hi guys,

    I always keep saying my grow space is limited. Well..it is packed and here are some pics of what one of the tanks is packed with:

    Catopsis bertoniana seedlings an year old



    Heliamphora pulchella Amuri tepui with nearly a 2" thick layer of live chilean sphagnum.



    Couple of helis






    Couple of neps





    Few different ceph clones .. all typical







    Brocchina reducta



    N. campanulata with multiple offshoots....and a bit of trouble...the media needs repotting.....

    btw..u can see 2 offshoots here. look closely in the centre of the moss



    but here is the problem



    How do I cut plastic pots without damaging this beautiful offshoot.

    Now just other terrarium plants:

    A "NOT" Mt. Roraima clone of U. humboldtii. I really need that one to compelte the effect



    Osmunda regalis...I love this fern...but it has the potential to become huuuuge



    A complete aerial garden...no connection to the ground whatsoever. Always wanted this. Success!!



    A couple of other broms... once again...complete epiphytes.



    Thats it for now.

    thanks for looking,

    Varun

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    Quote Originally Posted by vraev View Post
    btw..u can see 2 offshoots here. look closely in the centre of the moss but here is the problem How do I cut plastic pots without damaging this beautiful offshoot.
    Nice, sharp, new blade X-acto knife and a vey steady hand. I've had to do this with some bonsai before that have been left too long in their seedling pots.

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    You got some beautifull plants
    What is the red brom in the last pic ?
    I'd go with some kind of sturdy scissors for cutting that pot, the plastic is quite brittle and the pieces between the holes will snap instead of stretch.
    I cut up like 10 of these exact same pots to make smaller ones :P
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    Tres jolie!

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    Very nice plants and moss. do you layer it thick or has it just grown out of control for you ?
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    I thought royal fern was a temperate plant.
    "Think of how stupid the average person is, and then realize half of them are stupider than that." --George Carlin

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    it is, it's pretty common in the woods here.
    my growlist: http://terraforums.com/forums/showth...306#post976306
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    Such shots with such color!
    Great growing, thanks for sharing!

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