REal GRASS on HO

REal GRASS on HO

Post by B'iche » Fri, 26 Feb 1999 04:00:00



        I am not a gardener. but I do know that there is many types of
grass or for HO mosses that  would work. Is there a moss that stays short
and stubby? would Drip Irrigation be a good design plan?
How many Gallons of water a week would I need for moss?
        I also am interested in using real waterfalls and rivers/lakes in
my dream layout. While we are on the use of REAL living nature. is there a
type of treelike plant that would work for trees?
        Related to all of this is greenhouse lighting. what works the best?
my layout currently is near my kitchen Window. Sunlight is a sparse two
hours a day on my train counter.
        Names and suppliers of the products would be greatly appreciated.

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REal GRASS on HO

Post by TOM » Fri, 26 Feb 1999 04:00:00


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Quote:

>         I am not a gardener. but I do know that there is many types of
> grass or for HO mosses that  would work. Is there a moss that stays short
> and stubby? would Drip Irrigation be a good design plan?
> How many Gallons of water a week would I need for moss?
>         I also am interested in using real waterfalls and rivers/lakes in
> my dream layout. While we are on the use of REAL living nature. is there a
> type of treelike plant that would work for trees?
>         Related to all of this is greenhouse lighting. what works the best?
> my layout currently is near my kitchen Window. Sunlight is a sparse two
> hours a day on my train counter.
>         Names and suppliers of the products would be greatly appreciated.

> --
>                 A pearl of wisdom from the y2K newsgroups:
> -------------------------------------------------------------------------
> Y2K appears to be the Baby Boomers mid-life crisis, and it has the
> potential to be a dandy.
>                         -- Anonymnous --
> --------------------------------------------------------------------------

>                         B'ichela