Fun way to block holes in flower pots

The_fishy
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Insert a suction cup!
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If you have really good ones that you trust, you could probably even insert one the other way and stick it to the wall.
 
Diane 007
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Perfect timing! Literally just sitting here looking at 2 of these planters not really wanting to punch out the bottoms. Problem solved.. Thank you
 
mikki080
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The_fishy said:
Insert a suction cup!
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If you have really good ones that you trust, you could probably even insert one the other way and stick it to the wall.
That works! I shoved a plant in mine
 
Netti
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I've seen quite a few pictures of tanks with those flower pots in them? May I ask why you put them in your tanks?
 
awilkinson871
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Netti said:
I've seen quite a few pictures of tanks with those flower pots in them? May I ask why you put them in your tanks?
Many types of fish like caves and these work wonderfully. They are also used by shrimp to hide when molting.
 
mattgirl
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The_fishy said:
Insert a suction cup!
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If you have really good ones that you trust, you could probably even insert one the other way and stick it to the wall.
Great idea when putting them in whole. In my case I had my hubby cut mine in half. I put them in the tank cut side down. My corys love'em. I have java ferns growing and covering up my tiny terracotta pots but it takes a lot of ferns to cover these bigger ones. By cutting them in half lengthwise they blend in better for me.
 
Netti
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awilkinson871 said:
Many types of fish like caves and these work wonderfully. They are also used by shrimp to hide when molting.
I see, thanks for the explanation, I'll keep that in mind for my future tanks ^^
 

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