I'm not sure on the name of the plant, it's a pretty common house plant though (I'm sorta strapped for cash at the moment, so I'm making do with what I've got). How much light does the hiacynth need? It was free, so I'm not overly concerned if it dies off, but I was hoping the 10k bulb would be enough. I've got some pothos rooting in a vase, so when the hiacynth goes, at least I've got that!
The moss is just this packaged dry stuff I wanna say it's made by a subsidiary of Kaytee, but it's soft when damp and sorta puffs our nice. I though it would let the frogs hunt crickets instead of just dive bombing them, but judging by the bellies on my frogs, that plan isn't working. It's also what I like to call me Farari...it's making up for what I'm lacking else where in the habitat. Like plants. I need lots and lots of plants! I'm sort of stuck because I'm sorta unsure how to cover up plant pots...without covering them all in moss!
Drats...now that I'm looking at it, the hiacynth is looking a bit yellow in places. Oh well, like I said, it was free. Was kinda hoping to get it thourgh to spring so I can use it for my container garden though.
So, it's still a big work in progress, I'd still like to find another nice piece of driftwood or some sort of branching wood thing. And come summer I can do the moss blender thing, which I still really want to do. But, it's getting a bit cold to be traipsing around the woods digging up moss!