theelectraco said:I would try to create a way for it to get some natural UVB...maybe there is a certain portion that gets more sunlight, and you could create a removable panel on the ceiling( or something on hinges or slides) that you could allow natural sunlight through. Just an idea. I would hate to make an elaborate outdoor enclosure like that and not get ANY natural UVB.
lynnedit said:Yes, you can grow plants in any kind of soil (with vermiculite), just don't give the soil with the greens. I grow weeds/seeds and cut them off when they are about 3-4" high, leaving an inch or two, and they grow again for awhile.
Perhaps a log, some rocks creating a mound for climbing.
Once you get your basics in, you can fine tune the area for interest. Your goal to get the hide done, sprout seeds, and the UVB source are a good first step.
pugsandkids said:Sod is usually full of pesticides and herbicides
Blake m said:Good to know! Thank you. I'll just stick with dirt
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