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reptile terrarium plant: artificial cactus with driftwood from ron beck designs. prp198

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faux reptile terrarium plant: artificial cactus with driftwood from ron beck designs. Approximately 10.5″ high & 5″ wide. The design (cactus and driftwood) are permanently mounted on to a weighted (w/natural river rock) low profile black plastic base; included. See additional product details and design images in the product gallery (product page). The three pieces of driftwood, featured in this unique design, are permanently positioned within the design and can not be moved.
Product #: prp198
Price: $19.99
Condition: new

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Intended For: A reptile vivarium plant or as a faux terrarium plant. This faux plant can not be submerged in water.
Caution: Never use soap’s or detergent’s to clean you artificial plants. What they leave behind, can be toxic to your pets.
Instructions: Use a soft dry cloth or paint brush to dust off leaves. Place in the habitat enclosure and cover the plant base with your substrate.
Reptile Decor Tip: Make the view angle pleasant and natural by putting taller plants towards the back and shorter plants up front.

Additional uses: Dioramas, school science projects, home decor and also as a unique gift.

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* This design is featured here for purchase and is simultaneously available at all the shops as well. In the rare chance that it is “sold” at the same time from two different shops, ownership goes to the first to pay (based on date / time of payment); the other customer will receive a full refund (PayPal) within 3 business days.


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Stenocactus

Stenocactus | concrete garden on tumblr.

Stenocactus | concrete garden

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Echeveria, Tillandsia and Platycerium.

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A number of species of the genus Stenocactus are popular in cultivation. The plants are globose and remain relatively small making them very manageable in pots. Additionally, they grow easily and flower readily – often one of the first in a cactus collection to flower in the spring. In addition to their ball-shape, most species in this genus have unique fin-like ribs that are very numerous. This gives them a look reminiscent of undersea coral. Spines are usually present and prominent, but not to the point of obscuring the stem. Flowers arise at the apex and are often white with a wide, dark pink midstripe, but can be a plain creamy white. This genus is native to the Chihuahuan desert in Mexico. http://cactiguide.com/cactus


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Bespoke Glass Tile & Stained Glass | cactus. etsy.

Bespoke Glass Tile & Stained Glass: cactus

Bespoke Glass Tile & Stained Glass | Arizona, United States.

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Peyote cactus
Peyote cactus

The small thorn less Peyote cactus originates from the south of Texas and northern Mexico. The plant is a very important religious sacrament in many native American cultures of Central and North-America. In Mexico the cactus is also sold as a medicine against blindness, fever and many other diseases.

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