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And you're going to want to give them about 5"-6" between any non hammer or frogspawn. They have sweepers that can get long.
 

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space is good so they have room

zoas I would also space them out a bit, once they start growing you will be able to determine which ones are slow growers and remove them so they dont get run over
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Any suggestion on where I should place my Hammers and one frogspawn? They’re all small frags.
 

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And you're going to want to give them about 5"-6" between any non hammer or frogspawn. They have sweepers that can get long.
But between hammers and frogspawns themselves, they can be about an inch or so apart? I’m looking to finally glue them on to my rock work to settle.
 

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Any suggestion on where I should place my Hammers and one frogspawn? They’re all small frags.
That left corner. Like I said, generally they can touch each other so you can put them there.
 
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ok i dont know where that is lol
Haha, I didn't read the question correctly. Louisville KY is their main hub... but that wasn't your question. I've not figured out which other hubs each destination goes through, that would be great info though if anyone knows if it's listed somewhere.
 

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But between hammers and frogspawns themselves, they can be about an inch or so apart? I’m looking to finally glue them on to my rock work to settle.
Generally speaking, yes. They rarely have issues with each other. Torches can be the exception.
 

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I was wondering being placed close together would stunt their growth branching wise since they’d be starting shoulder to shoulder.
Give them an inch or so between them and it'll give them room to grow.
 

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Haha, I didn't read the question correctly. Louisville KY is their main hub... but that wasn't your question. I've not figured out which other hubs each destination goes through, that would be great info though if anyone knows if it's listed somewhere.
i was actually trying to figure this out.........there has to be a MAP somewhere.......or you pull all the UPS shipment data you have and map it yourself?
 

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Any suggestion on where I should place my Hammers and one frogspawn? They’re all small frags.
Put them near the base then litter the top of those rocks with sps, baby! Some solid, easy sps would add the height and shape to the height that the scape needs.
 

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