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    Neat idea.

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    I did not stop at that. My friend has now one very special. He does not know what he should plant there.?





    Any advice would be welcome
    Last edited by axel; 11-25-2014 at 01:55 PM.

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    Orchids along the top and up the trunk. Dews along the bottom. Awesome tree, by the way.
    "Blessed are the cracked….
    For they are the ones who let in the light."



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    Which dews like it really wet? Utricularia sandersonii and livida will be good.
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    Excellent!

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    Here are some more of my prototypes. They were planted this spring/summer. For the winter they stay indoor mostly frostfree.
    Some others stay now in my patchwork bog to show their winter resistance.


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    I love these! Your friend's looks like a nice place to grow Tillandsia. Lucky friend!! I love your Ceph. pot!

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    This was my first attempt

    In this small pot my first Cephalotus started.
    After a year I repotted it in the steep one above.
    now ist looks like this from the front

    from the side


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