Which milk glass plate should I put under my new plant?

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  1. skrinkle

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    The third looks best imo - nice plant!
     
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    1 or 3, 2 looks rather blah for the plant.
     
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  4. skrinkle

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    Ok three it is :angel:

    The plant looks sad because it was in Walmart with probably not much care, but the colour on top is soooo pretty
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  5. skrinkle

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    Also if anyone has any info on this logo or design lemme know. I have no idea what company made this plate. It’s very transparent and very fiery, reminds me of Hazel Atlas or Macbeth Evans glass.

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    I don't know anything about things like that, but its beautiful.
     
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    first and third looks same,
     
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    No, they don't. The perforations are different, the scalloped edges are different, as well as the size difference.
     
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    The first one look better to me. The second one look too big.
     
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    I say the 3rd one.
     
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    The first one looks just a bit too small to me.
     
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    Did anybody else think that skrinkle was talking about that upright glass cylinder thing, at first? For a minute there, I thought that all of the choices were the same, lol.
     
  13. skrinkle

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    Oops!

    When I bought this plant the other day, I figured I could bring it back to life. I thought maybe it was turning brown from lack of care. But after reading about it and watching some videos on YouTube, I’ve learned that this is a bromeliad and it dies after it flowers LOL. So I spent $16 on a dead plant.

    The silver lining is that it may produce pups, so fingers crossed.
     

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