FAT CAT 50 ml Floral Tubes- large floral tubes to feed caterpillars 🌿🐛Regular price Sale price
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Our biggest floral tubes that hold almost 50 ml of water to keep milkweed cuttings fresh longer.
- 48ml capacity large floral water tubes for less refilling
- Saves Milkweed...and ⌚️
- 8 pack
- Quality Longer Lasting Lids
- Lids also easier to remove
- Use for milkweed stem cuttings, other 🐛host plants, or to hold flower cuttings to feed 🦋
- Easy to clean
- Tubes can be secured upright in traditional white floral tube racks with shelves or our yellow peg racks
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Love this cube! I also purchased the fat cat floral tubes. The whole package saves me time and effort and keeps the cats happy and healthy!
Tony, thanks so much for suggesting these tubes for the gigantica milkweed; they work perfectly. I had not purchased any yet because my plants had died back a bit and instead of having the usual very large leaves, I was having to cut the stalk about 4 leaves from the top of each stem and these cuttings were usually 1/2" or large in diameter. But they work, the top are pliable enough that I can get these really large stems into them and so far, none have ripped. I am absolutely going to keep buying these now. Thanks again!
So much easier to maintain milkweed for cats. Have the white racks, and two different yellow ones plus the fat cat tubes. Really a great addition to raising Monarchs!
The FAT CAT Floral Tubes are exactly what I needed for the Common Milkweed leaves. The leaves stayed fresh and gave the Monarchs ample time to eat it all.