Devil's ivy for redfoot enclosure

Otto0809

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Hi there
I was wondering if i could use/put some devil's ivy in my redfoot enclosure? I have alot growing in my back yard. I was just wondering.
Thank you in advance..
 

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If you're talking about pothos, it's usually considered safe for tortoises. @ZEROPILOT and others frequently use pothos in their enclosures.
 

Otto0809

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My neighbor has it growing wild in his back yard and it always comes through my fence.
So do you think I can put that in my redfoot enclosure
 

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You can and also put some in the mail! Wow! Just make sure it hasn’t been sprayed with anything
 

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Should I propagate it and get some roots started going before i put it in the enclosure.
I new at this stuff so excuse my questions. Thank you in advance.
 

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Should I propagate it and get some roots started going before i put it in the enclosure.
I new at this stuff so excuse my questions. Thank you in advance.
Get a good potting soil from a local garden center I am a big Black Cow fan. Put some sections (should see some small root growth) in a new pot and Just lightly water daily
 

Otto0809

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I just recently purchased a Colombian redfoot he ate greens and fruit the frist 2 days and nothing from greens to mazuri. Please help.
Thank you in advance....
 

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