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China Doll Plant

Discussion in 'Nutrition & Water' started by liagiba, Dec 21, 2011.

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  1. liagiba

    liagiba "First Molt In Progress"

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    So far I've found this.
    http://adoptarabbit.org/articles/toxic.html

    You can always do a trial. From what I read about the plant on this site, http://www.houseplantsforyou.com/china-doll/ , China Dolls prefer to be somewhat root bound, so be really careful about re-potting it. It’s a plant that doesn’t like change very much either and re-potting it, moving it to another area or drafts may cause major leaf loss. And as you know, crabs disturb everything in the tank.
     
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    liagiba "First Molt In Progress"

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    Thanks Vicky! I wasn't going to re plant it, since I like the "rock" planter, plus my ee is mixed with sand and salt water. I thought of just adding it to the crabitat as decoration. But I am not going to try it. If it's toxic for rabbits, I don't want my hermits to be close to it.
    Thanks again!
     
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