I have had this idea for 4-5 years. To make a vivarium piece that gives you the impression that a piece of rainforest branch with epiphytes has been cut off and sealed it in a glass box. There has always been details that have stopped me from finalizing it. Technical shortcomings and the problem of using a real tree branch that would disintegrate rather fast. All pieces has finally fallen together with materials, technique and ways of working. The branch is made up of a hollow cork trunk that has been fitted with two water containers (two pieces of 1,5 litre PET-bottles) in the cavity inside. From each of the containers there is a Hygrolon wick that supplies the Hygrolon sheet with a constant addition of fresh water. Underneath the Hygrolon sheet is plastic sheet that acts as a water barrier to prevent the cork to get wet (and start decaying). The branch is suspended between the sides of the vivarium. Water reservoirs last for 2 weeks and are filled through the holes for the wicks. An 3960 lumen @6500K UHOP-Led panel provides light. I will post a step-by-step description on how this is done soon.