Good climbing plant in low light?

FrogMan

New Member
Hello:

I've had a veilled cham for about 6 months now. She has done well and likes her hibiscus plant (eats the leaves, loves to perch on stems). However, despite a 75W heat lamp, zoomed UV and 100W flourescent, the hibiscus does not do well in this light.

Do you know of similar, type of plant that is non toxic but can tolerate indoor light?

Thanks much.

p.s. Brad and others: I've found this forum and other sites invaluabe for our cham setup/care/diet. I recently modified her enclosure to expand her egg laying habitat and she came through just fine (51 eggs!). Thanks for all your past advice.:)
 

LunaC

New Member
Pothos is a popular climber, but I find I have to rotate my plants.
Grape ivy can also be used.
 
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