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Irving, TX

January 12, 2011
1:05 PM

Post #8307021

Over the last few months I have been playing with Terrariums and something has happened with the first one I built. The spagnum moss I used as a ground cover between the plants has re-animated. Is this a problem? It looks kind of neat but am wondering if I need to keep it trimmed down or if I should do anything at all.
The Heart of Texas, TX
(Zone 8b)

January 20, 2011
6:54 PM

Post #8321486

Lucky you! It's really your choice & it depends on what you have in your terrarium. I'd personally trim it and cultivate it to start more T's, but I can be out there

South, TX

January 26, 2011
1:03 PM

Post #8331789

I like it myself!

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Round Lake, IL

May 18, 2015
4:04 PM

Post #10076125

omgosh ! I was wondering what that plant was!! Now I know it's the moss! Awesome, thank you for your letter Begonia dude and thank you Sallysblooms for your pic! I never would've thought of that! Great, thanks again.

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