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I think Hibiscus is the perfect 'cham plant'...


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Posted by StevetheVeiled on April 24, 2003 at 16:16:06:

In Reply to: Plants For Veiled posted by welshboa on April 24, 2003 at 15:22:30:

Mine is doing very well under my MV bulbs, although, so are my Ficuses. Branches are sturdy, criss-cross the cage and have nice size leaves. My veiled also loves to munch on it. This one was bigger and pruned down to fit, so a number of branches go right to the screen. Once pruned, it sprouted leaves everywhere.

:I know ficus isnt the ideal plant for a cham but its the only one I seem to be able to get on a regular basis. However, one to many have wilted on me now and I am wondering whether anyone can suggest another plant which wont die so easily?





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