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By Fishkeeper
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Anyone kept these? From what I've read, they like to stay moist, but are known for surviving even bad drying out. They're native to the Gulf states, and they usually grow on trees, especially live oaks. They're found in the same environment as ball moss and Spanish moss, so I'm guessing they should be treated basically the same. I.e. put on something instead of in dirt, keep moist, mist regularly, avoid exposing to overly bright light.
By Sakaaaaa
Posts:  1026
Joined:  Thu May 12, 2016 2:18 pm
I like em. They're pretty cool! Just add water and they'll grow! I think you should just keet it inside and spray/watered it regularly.
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