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Are these two plants ok? Also, cage building question.


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Posted by Joel_Fish on May 09, 2003 at 11:43:27:

In Reply to: Are these two plants ok? Also, cage building question. posted by Jack31081 on May 08, 2003 at 13:57:59:

Ficus benjamina is a popular cham plant. There is some evidence that the sap is irritating to a chams eyes, but that only happens if you break or trim off a branch and then the cham would have to rub their eye on it - not very likely to happen.

As for the kimberly queen fern, I haven't seen a pic of it, but if it's like most ferns, it probably won't support the chams weight very well. The fern will end up bent and broken I think?

I really like Schefflera arboricola - commonly called umbrella plant.

hth,
Joel Fish



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