Could anyone share some quick do's and don'ts? I've heard a lot of 'don'ts' from naysayers, but would like to hear from the crowd that actually does this successfully. At present I have a small bromeliad in it's pot, pot nested in substrate, in with one of my juvenile A. avics. She's very fond of it (loves to sit on it), but I have read so much negative regarding live plants in enclosures that I am at the point of wondering if I should take it out. I don't want to jeopardize her health. On the other hand, my original thinking was that if it doesn't work out she will be getting rehoused into a permanent enclosure in the next 6 months anyway, so I can always skip the plant when I rehouse her. I have 10 Ts right now, and if this experiment works out I'd like to try live plants in some of my other enclosures. But I am very nervous due to how many recommend against it. Any thoughts? TIA.