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Thread: Is the terrerium from pft good

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    bsjoelbs
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    just wondering

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    They are excellent starter terrariums. Some of the plants will eventually outgrow them but can easily be replaced. If you want an easy to care for terrarium I would recommend one of these.
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    Although I have yet to obtain one, a few freinds of the cp world told me they love it, personally, i would get it if I just started terreriums, but I have all the plants basically that come with the kit, and I have a terrarium, but they are cool! You should get one,
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    I would go with it
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    I didn't get one of terreriums that PFT sells, but from my friends I hear it is a great starter kit. Anyone of the kits you have to choose from really introduces you to the world of Cps. --Phil
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    If the plants from PFT are excellent than the CP starter kits are also excellent.

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    I just bought the 1.5 gallon one from pft, but had a quick question. What should I use to cover the hole at the top so I can keep the moisture level high, as it did not come with a lid. I also have the TropicAire system, so I would need something that the tubes could go through. Anyone have any ideas?

    Thanks a million!!

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    Most people use a sheet of plastic wrap and tuck the ends under the snap on lid. It works just fine and serves the purpose.
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