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    Default Beginner to live plants in frog terrarium

    Hi all,

    I am thinking about growing live plants from my house (pothos) in my Pacman frog tank. As substrate , I have exo terra plantation soil and pillow moss. If I take a few clippings from my potted plants will they grow in the tank or is there another type of growing medium that is required.

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    I think it would. In my experience, pothos grows in almost any conditions. The more light and water, the more quickly it grows. I've gotten to the point where I cut so much back so often that I've started just throwing the clippings away!
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