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Thread: Why do YOU love CPs?

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    sarracenia lover dionae's Avatar
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    The colors. I've never seen plants with such stripey, colorful, thick and waxy leaves. They look like some strange animal/plant hybrid created by Dr. Moreau.

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    How can you not love this?











    Need I continue? These are all just from the first page of my bucket. http://s212.photobucket.com/user/tip...y/the%20plants
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    I'm a weird person, and CPs are weird plants. It was meant to be.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    I'm a weird person, and CPs are weird plants. It was meant to be.
    Yeah, and that too.

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    ..and they're so tasty too.

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    For me it's part novelty and part ecology. They are just so uniquely adapted to their environments; it's amazing. I also tend to be more partial to the North American species because no one ever thinks that odd, unique adaptations arise in their own backyard. I love that we have things like this here in Virginia and North Carolina.
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    I failed so many times and wanted to conquer the failure. The sundews, glistening, are mesemerizing. Also, "I'm a weird person, and CPs are weird plants. It was meant to be."

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    Quote Originally Posted by Wire Man View Post
    I'm a weird person, and CPs are weird plants. It was meant to be.
    That's definitely how it is with me. The infinite weirdness of nature must be harnessed by me! (And by some of my friends, too, now.)

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