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AnTTun
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Neither dead, neither alive, neither seaman

Post by AnTTun »

That's the name I gave to a part of my collection of plants that are pretty much sitting and not doing anything. Once again I found out there's no rush with composting...
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P.S. Someone might recognize his handwriting... :)
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Re: Neither dead, neither alive, neither seaman

Post by ralphrmartin »

It's worth the wait if you get it to flower, according to the owner of the handwriting! :grin:
They can take quite a lot of water once growing.
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