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Sunday, June 3, 2018

Garden Landscaping - Netting Shed (Before)

I would consider this as the heart of the garden.
All the sensitive and valuable plants were placed here due to the best humidity factor that this place can bring. But first, the setting up and clearing and getting it right is the most vital important factor.

The airplant set-up placement is considered permanent.

The initial arrangement of plants here was well spaced out but it didn't help on creating the condensed microclimate that will help in building a strong stable humidity factor that is vital for other supporting plants.

The rare and highly sought after Caladium plants were arranged here.
Most of them had become dormant and some just regenerating back after a long domancy.
Eventually more of the epiphytes and staghorn ferns were placed here to add volume and density to create the ambience that was sought after.

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