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Old 03-16-2017, 09:47 PM
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It is really really nice, makes me want to grab a larger cork stump! I have some spaghnum moss thrown into my stump just for extra humidity and it helps keep things on the stump moist.

I spray mist daily, no misting system so the moss helps. How tall is this stump?
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Wow.
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Just beautiful! Thanks for fixing the pics!
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Thank you, that's great!
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It is really really nice, makes me want to grab a larger cork stump! I have some spaghnum moss thrown into my stump just for extra humidity and it helps keep things on the stump moist.

I spray mist daily, no misting system so the moss helps. How tall is this stump?
I never thought about adding spaghnum moss to the inside of the stump. Thanks for the idea, I'll experiment with that. The stump is just shy of 21" tall" it has about 30+ plants on it right now and there's room for another 20 more. My picture shows the more populated side.
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I dont have a lot of moss inside the stump maybe 2 cups, I mist inside the stump as well. It helps with humidity definitely.

Your stump is amazing, I'm sure you enjoy it. It certainly has given me ideas! I really like cork for mounts, dont know why I never thought to do this.
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People here use cholla cactus skeletons for mounts. They have hollow centers and a cylinder of wood mesh. For water-loving plants you can fill the center channel with moss.
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Gorgeous. You sure are doing a good job with it.
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Hi Guys

Just thought I should update my tree stump


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Amazingly beautiful floral chaos.
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