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Grow Dandelions inside the enclosure??

not sure if this belongs here but my little bud loves dandelions to absolute death so I was wondering if it would be possible to grow dandelions inside of the enclosure so if he was ever in the mood for a snack he could have a bite :)

my questions are:
-is it possible?
-is it a good idea or not?
-should I just rather grow them outside of the enclosure?


thank you very much!
 

Wickedpogana

Juvie Member
WideEyedBass":az44ulnt said:
not sure if this belongs here but my little bud loves dandelions to absolute death so I was wondering if it would be possible to grow dandelions inside of the enclosure so if he was ever in the mood for a snack he could have a bite :)

my questions are:
-is it possible?
-is it a good idea or not?
-should I just rather grow them outside of the enclosure?


thank you very much!
I have grown them inside the enclosure . Ince in awhile some sprouts but she usually eats it . The best way to go about this is going bioactive . Either go fully bioactive or not at all. Anyone who's ever went bioactive never looked back
 

CooperDragon

BD.org Sicko
Staff member
Moderator
It's probably worth a shot. I would try growing some outside and some inside the enclosure. If you don't switch to a bioactive, I'd use a pot that is fairly low and wide so it isn't easily knocked over. A lot of times when people try growing plants inside the enclosure they get trampled or eaten quickly. If they get eaten quickly you can continue to grow some outside of the enclosure and put them in when they're ready. It doesn't work for everyone, but it's worth experimenting with a bit.
 
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