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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]as already stated CAPENSIS IS ALMIGHTY. IN YEAR 2046(and a half) THEY WILL TAKE OVER THE WORLD!!!!!!!
    Except Singapore. Seriously no one has managed to grow them well without some form of cooling. Even then, it is struggling just to be normal.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Cindy @ Mar. 28 2006,5:00)]Except Singapore. Seriously no one has managed to grow them well without some form of cooling. Even then, it is struggling just to be normal.
    But I hear they do okay in Malaysia. go figure.....

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    i know were they wont suvirve! next my saltwater tank!, the salt that gets out of its kill or damage all plants, i try once to put a comon plant next to it, it look very cool, but the plant get very damaged, one i put a tulip but the flowers dry, so later of that i decide only a lithop (the stone plant right?), that is in the front will suvirve, its protected by the lamp so no salt over there, well im moving my tank to put a growing rack, cool?, the tank is going to be next my bed, hope dont eat many salt!

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    As primulaflora has had its place in some circles as a weed ~ i found them to be pretty useful in the green house, they attract knats and fruit flies quickly. i have a dozen or more placed here and there in 6 in pots and on a daily basis they keep my herbs and starter plants free of tiny pesky flying intruders.
    have fun & happy growing

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    i will get one soon, thanks

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