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#1 Nephila

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Posted July 10 2014 - 12:29 AM

Hey guys, just wondering if any of you know of a plant that thrives on saltwater and doesn't mind being indoors?

I'm looking for an efficient solution to the puddle that my salt lamp likes to leave.. wiping it up just seems to be a waste of all those lovely minerals. I know the water is ridiculously salty(I'm assuming the water is as salty as the water will allow), but I have an idea to solve that issue - all I need is a plant :P
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Posted July 22 2014 - 08:00 AM

Are you talking about the large chunk of salt with a bulb inside?

I don't think there are indoor plants that can take that.

You could gather the liquid and use it in a bath.
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Posted July 22 2014 - 08:06 AM

What you are dealing with sounds like a brine, which will kill most plants dead.
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