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Old 05-09-2007, 08:24 PM
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right first let me apologise for asking a question that has been asked billions of times but ive searching the net for plants that are safe. all i get is plants that are safe for chams, which be brill if i had a cham. so i would like anybody who uses live plants in their viv to let me know if they are safe. also if any WD's keepers as anyone had any problems with them eating the plants?

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right first let me apologise for asking a question that has been asked billions of times but ive searching the net for plants that are safe. all i get is plants that are safe for chams, which be brill if i had a cham. so i would like anybody who uses live plants in their viv to let me know if they are safe. also if any WD's keepers as anyone had any problems with them eating the plants?

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wow there is loads. how come i can not find this info. google is so rubbish lol thanks
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wow there is loads. how come i can not find this info. google is so rubbish lol thanks



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none of my water dragons have ever touched the plants.
devils ivy is a great one cause i grows around everything and looks ace.
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devils ivy. i didnt think it was safe with a name like that
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