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    Tropical Fish Enthusiast jimscott's Avatar
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    Jim.
    I was resistant to pings but your forced my hand during our last trade. I'm glad you did. They have grown on me.

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    jimscott,
    Good to see you're doing so well with your CP, especially the Mexican/equatorial Pinguicula. For me they're some of the most fun CP of all. Mostly because they're so durable and easy to propagate, but fortunately they're gorgeous, too.
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    They look happy. Hopefully they settle in well.
    Jen- My Grow List: http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...00#post1154900
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    Quote Originally Posted by Joseph Clemens View Post
    jimscott,
    Good to see you're doing so well with your CP, especially the Mexican/equatorial Pinguicula. For me they're some of the most fun CP of all. Mostly because they're so durable and easy to propagate, but fortunately they're gorgeous, too.
    We had a warmish day, just ahead of the 'Polar Vortex'. So I moved the remainder of the plant collection. Got all the plants to the new place. Lynn,'Thanel, and I made several trips, mainly clearing out the garage. Gave Carole (landlord) a capensis and a binata.

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