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Monday, February 18, 2013
Moss Monday: Washing Moss
After: clean moss
Here is the "after" photo of some moss I washed for use in a bottle terrarium. I tried out using a drop of
in the bucket of water used for washing and so far the moss has proven healthy after a week of observing it before adding it to my terrarium.
Learn why washing moss can be so important for your terrarium health.
Before: grungy moss
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