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    I love the second flower! Very interesting.

    joossa: I love your avatar and signature. Flapjack is such a great show!
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    Has anyone really been far even as decided to use even go want to do look more like?

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    so, are you just focusing on the desert succulents and cacti or are you also interested in the jungle stuff like Epiphyllum and Rhipsalis?
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    Yeah, mainly the real desert stuff, mostly Namibia, Madagascar and Somaliland/Arabia it seems. Just by chance the weird stuff comes seems to come from these areas. I have a really nice red Rhipsalis Springcactus gardencenterii which had a ton of blooms on it but I didn't take a pic or if I did it was lost in the rebooting on my PC the other day and now they've all withered. Next year it should be bigger and better anyway if I can keep it right. I don't know what I should do with it permanent soil wise... I hear they need more water than standard cacti/succulents, does this mean I can leave it in the peat compost? So far it's OK but it's not in the house until winter, that's when succulents in peat rot and start to melt down.

    I've found some 6" tall humidity domes for the generic Jiffy greenhouse trays (usually they're only 2" tall) so I can keep tiny orchids and CPs on eggcrate over water on the same shelf next to the Lithops and stuff.

    Joosa I HATE that cartoon kid! I don't know what it is, maybe because he kinda resembles a Cupie Doll? I can't stand the way he looks so much I can't watch the show! LOL!

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    Quote Originally Posted by swords View Post

    Joosa I HATE that cartoon kid! I don't know what it is, maybe because he kinda resembles a Cupie Doll? I can't stand the way he looks so much I can't watch the show! LOL!

    But you can still bear to look at my posts right? LOL.
    His show has a 1990's quality and feel to it. If you grew up in the 90's (like me), the show will seem to be very much like that golden era of cartoons.


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    LOL! No I'm not at all bothered by your posts!

    I just have a hard time seeing that kid cos I never liked those Cupie Dolls. My great aunt Myrtle collected them when I was growing up, she had a whole kitchen full of them. I see those Cupie eyes and hair curls in my nightmares! LOL!

    I grew up in the early 80s but I never lost my love of cartoons! My fave ever was from the 1990s called "Mad Jack the Pirate" drawn by the guy who did The Terrible Thunder Lizards and Eek! The Cat. It was really not for kids though and so only stayed on for 2 seasons on FOX Kids saturday mornings but I taped every episode so I still got em on vintage VHS! You can find some episodes of Mad Jack on YouTube but a lot of them are in French...

    It's funnier in English because I think it's Bruce Campbell (Evil Dead trilogy) who does the voice of the Captain. I love the harsh sarcasm of the show.

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    Wow! Really love the Huernia sp.

    Very nice!
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    Josh,
    Would you stop posting pics of the cool cactus and succulents!

    I like the unusual looking cactus and succulents and thought when I have room to start getting some.
    I do not have the room now!
    Today at Lowes I was looking at some. Stop posting pics or I will not be able to control myself and buy some. LOL


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    Pssst, I picked up some more today! LOL! $2.99 for a 4" pot is just so hard to pass up! Local nurseries are "insane" as far as I'm concerned cos I'd pay more! Just don't tell them that! If succulent people started charging orchid prices I'd be ruined!

    Lookit this huge plant a fully grown adult size spreading clump:


    I thought it was moss in a pot til I looked closer.
    When I repotted it the fibrous roots are extensive compared to the plant.

    A guy I know told me it's called Neohenricia and depending upon the bloom color will reveal which species.

    I have been shocked by the neat stuff at Lowes! We have only one in my area and every time I go (not often) there's usually some neat succulents or CPs and stuff. Many times it's things I bought off ebay and paid extra for shipping I could have picked up there for next to nothing.

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