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    ill post a pic of my gh asap

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    Yeah...Those five gallon tubs give one ideas, don't they? We get out cat food in big tubs like that. Lucky for me my cat is a PIG! I have one at hand right now, and I'll have another shortly!
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    Drainage holes are about 2 inches below the top of the medium.[/QUOTE]

    Should have thought of that, thanks.

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    Hmm, any reasoning behind it being 2" below the medium and not lower? Just curious.
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    Vertigo,
    It keeps it nice and mucky without actually flooding the plants. Very similar to their natural habitat where the water table is just under ground level.
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    Quote (schloaty @ Feb. 27 2003,12:38)
    Vertigo,
    It keeps it nice and mucky without actually flooding the plants. Very similar to their natural habitat where the water table is just under ground level.[/QUOTE]
    Oh ok, that makes sense. So anything that doesn't get to the drainage holes just kind of hangs out with the plants, but once it's saturated it should just kind of run out the sides, right?

    Hmmm...and me with all these buckets and containers. [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img]
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    Dewd,
    Go to my web site and you can see how spectacular a native bog can look. I hope to figure out how to post pics on here and I will put some up.

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    Awesomes boggardens Dyflam! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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