Advertisement So I want to put live plants in my A. Avic enclosure Right now I took some small pothos that I have around the house and propagated some of my own, but I was wondering how I will eventually plant it in my terrarium. Soon I'm getting an arboreal tank for my sub adult avic, I'm waiting til she molts and gets larger but I'm unsure how I will plant the pothos into her enclosure. I heard that you can bury the roots inside the coconut fiber substrate just fine, that's what I have now, is that true? Or should I put it in a pot with organic potting soil and cover that with coconut fiber so that my T doesn't get to it? Also watering. I heard that too much moisture in the terrarium risks mold in the tank which is harmful for the T, so how could I water the plant in the terrarium without that risk of mold? I saw someone use a turkey baster and poke it deep to the roots to water it, but i'm unsure if that solves the mold issue. If you can also give me any other types of low lighting plants I can use in my enclosure that'd be great, I thought pothos would be good because its vine like that she can climb on when draped over a piece of wood. EDIT: I've also seen someone put a fertilizer stick in the roots and buried it into the fiber, is that safe for the T?