Outdoor Enclosures for Sulcata and Cherryheads

Gbear

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Here are my outdoor enclosures for my Cherry Heads and Sulcata! (I had to pull out a lot of the greens in the sulcata enclosure because bugs began to eat them. I have planted a "tortoise grazing mix" from Carolina Pet Supply and am anxiously awaiting it's growth.) I plan on purchasing shade cloth to cover 2/3rds of the enclosue, but umbrellas are doing the job at the moment. Used organic potting soil, cyprus mulch, sphagnum moss and river rocks(for drainage) Plants currently growing are mustard greens, collard greens, wheat grass and the tortoise blend seed mix. Let me know what you think!
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I agree nice job if they are for hatchlings. Anything older then possibly 2 years, too small
 
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