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Old 03-01-2011, 01:32 AM   #11 
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Thanks!

Yeah, I'm finding silk plants are a LOT harder to kill than live plants... plus they look more perfect.

I didn't buy these plants at Petco, I bought them at my LFS. But I'm not surprised Petco has them, they seem to have everything.

PewPewPew- hmm, mine could fan out more but I like it all lush and compressed looking so I keep it like that.

Neon'sn favorite plant is between the grassy one and the one with the black specks. He's sleeping on and hiding in both. TBH the grassy one doesn't look real enough for me, it looks like something you'd see in a common garden, but *shrugs* it's okay and provides lots of cover.
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