Crazy Bug Lady Posted May 24, 2017 Share Posted May 24, 2017 I'm hoping to create a hisser habitat in the form of a glass-enclosed faerie garden. Faerie gardens are mad up of tiny plants, little houses and other faerie sized furniture. I thought the bugs could hide in the little houses and amung the plants. My substrate is a composit of conut fiber, small wood chunks and other organic material. I think plants would grow fine on it. I also think many types of moss would grow fine. My question is, are there plants I shouldn't have in there because they are dangerous to either hissers or millipedes? 2 Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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