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Old 01-02-2013, 11:34 AM   #41 
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Mesh. Leave a small hole to grow lucky Bamboo.
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Old 01-02-2013, 12:52 PM   #42 
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maybe those embroidery hoops with screen in between them. you should be able to find one the right size. they make square ones too. it would just sit on top of the tank and the weight would hold it down. use the plastic screen and plastic hoop.
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Large glass sheet.
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Old 01-02-2013, 02:14 PM   #44 
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I'll think about that. Maybe I'll use the mesh. IDK if I'll have enough room for bamboo, but I'll consider that.
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Lucky Bamboo is not ver big and grows in water. Many other plants can be grown from the lid.
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Lucky Bamboo is not ver big and grows in water. Many other plants can be grown from the lid.
I meant inside the tank, because its only about a half gallon. Still, if I can find any lucky bamboo I'll try that.
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Alimunum plants dont take that much space. You can trim the Bamboo roots.
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Actually, now that I think of it, maybe I will go to Walmart or something and just get a vase or jar for this setup. Maybe it will come with a lid, that, and I looked online and turns out the Petsmart tank is about $5-$10 more.
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Walmart does have large setups.
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Walmart does have large setups.
True. And most importantly (in this case) they have those big Heritage Hill glass jars for about $10. So I think I'll use one of those and maybe drill a hole in the lid about an inch big for air and possibly growing semi-aquatic plants out of.
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