FluffyChinchilla wrote:Capensis for dummies: just literally a windowsill and distilled water. If something eats it, digests it for two days, then craps it out, the crapped out leaf cuttings will regenerate into a new plant. This has been tested on chickens, squirrels, and pidgeons. Don’t ask why I know this.Our one window that gets sun doesn't get great sun and also barely has a window sill. Would the 6500 Kelvin compact fluorescent bulb I had for Wonky be enough for the capensis? We don't have any pets right now so I don't have to worry about any plants I have getting nibbled on. I won't ask how you know but I am curious now. lol!
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