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I'm thinking of putting a tree in my living room.

Discussion in 'Fine Living, Home, Design & Auto' started by itsstillmatt, Jun 24, 2013.

  1. lefty

    lefty Senior member

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    Both cost thousands and thousands (and thousands) even if you could buy them.
    Both are outdoor trees and won't take kindly to being inside.
    Both are easy to kill.
    Nobody wants to be the guy who kills a hundred-year-old tree.

    lefty
     
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  3. IndianBoyz

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    There's indoor bonsai of this size, just a suggestion. But you have to agree it is pretty original to have a huge old bonsai in the middle of your living room.
     
  4. Ataturk

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    I wonder if those track lights are decorative spotlights or grow lights. I don't see how a cactus could live in a dark corner like that for any length of time.
     
  5. StephenHero

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    This is a nice little tree detail.

    [​IMG]
     
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    racist
     
  7. Huntsman

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    That....is incredibly beautiful.
     
  8. lefty

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    Very famous tree. Nice centrepiece for a party, but needs to live outside. Unfortunately, indoor bonsai usually sucks.

    lefty
     
  9. StephenHero

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    [​IMG]
     
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    It would seem my suggestion has come true.
     
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    I'm not surprised. I don't want to stop looking at it. How big is it? And, since you have bonsai-foo, what species is it? Thanks.

    ~ H
     
  14. IndianBoyz

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    [​IMG]

    perfection..
     
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    Digital wall... go 21st century big or go home.
     
  16. itsstillmatt

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    Get out of my thread. You have terrible taste.
     
  17. IndianBoyz

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    erm, ok matt..
    stuff is not for sale anyway.
     
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    That looks like fig, which is what I was about to suggest. They seem to do pretty well around here. That could also be a kiwi, which can also look good but you might need more trellis to keep it happy. Post before you buy as I can give some tips for keeping a big plant happy in a pot.
     
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    :angry:

    I'm just glad to see LabelKing still walks among us.
     
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