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Hermie garden

Discussion in 'Nutrition & Water' started by Sarah The Hermit Crab, Feb 2, 2009.

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  1. Sarah The Hermit Crab

    Sarah The Hermit Crab "First Molt In Progress"

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    Hey I'm thinking of starting a mini garden just for my Hermit Crabs!
    What would you guys suggest planting?

    (Vicki what kind of tomatoes are those?the little multicolored ones?)

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    Is the garden going to be inside or out?

    Last summer I did all different kinds of cherry tomatoes. I did peppers too but only got 1-2 peppers(dogs at my plants). So this time I'm going to plant them differently. I want do to zuchinni, eggplant etc.

    If it's indoors you can do flowers, sprouts etc.
     
  3. Sarah The Hermit Crab

    Sarah The Hermit Crab "First Molt In Progress"

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    They will probobly be inside because if I do it outside I tend to forget them and they get fried!(I live in Arizona and it gets really hot here!) :angry4:
     
  4. Sarah The Hermit Crab

    Sarah The Hermit Crab "First Molt In Progress"

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    Hey,Any idea where I can get red clover seeds,or blue malva flowers?
    I would LOVE to order stuff from you but I'm too cheap to pay shipping and handling!lol
     
  5. Sarah The Hermit Crab

    Sarah The Hermit Crab "First Molt In Progress"

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    ( Oh I don't mean inside the tank,I mean inside the house,But I may do a couple sprouts in the tank)
     
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