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the brick-walled pond can not affect much plants

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Survivor
Sep 03, 2013
4
i planted 28 deadly helephant ears, they like painted chameleon statues and brick-walled pond, how ever the brick-walled pond cant affect them all, it occupy very large area but affect very very small area? i have planted this plant several times, every time i have to place two brick-walled ponds, but still they can not cover all the plants, i am thinking about crafting the third pond now. why can not it affect a large area like what gnomes and painted chameleon statues do? or maybe you can make it smaller so i can hang it above the plants with a rug?

Archon
Sep 17, 2012
4116
You could also make a sky garden with no plants on the ground so you could stick the pond under it in the center to affect the most plants possible.

Survivor
Sep 03, 2013
4
seethe42 on Sep 15, 2014 wrote:
You could also make a sky garden with no plants on the ground so you could stick the pond under it in the center to affect the most plants possible.
ohm thats a good idea, thank you seethe42

Champion
Aug 10, 2009
455
seethe42 on Sep 15, 2014 wrote:
You could also make a sky garden with no plants on the ground so you could stick the pond under it in the center to affect the most plants possible.
Why did I never think of that! Awesome idea!