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    I wuz thinking about making an all red garden outside. Recently i picked up a D. Capensis red at the LACPS meeting. I also have a spare red dragon VFT. And I have an Sarracenia Leucophylla x Rubra (Psss! Thanks Larry) that looks pretty red. I think i might put 'em all in the same pot. That'd look cool. Anyone do anything similar?
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    no offense but your red dragon isn't very "red" now . I think sarr. northwest was selling a thing of red plants around valentines day...

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    Are you guys, like, brothers or something? Didn't one of you have an avatar that looked like a bored teenage boy?

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    "suposedly" they are neighbors BUT many members(not includeing myself who remains impartial) believe they are one and the same.
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] ]bored teenage boy?
    "BORED TEENAGE BOY?" that was electric carnivores in his avatar. eh we're brothers don't bother me about it

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    They both juggle, too.

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    eh. yeah. He learned first, 3 balls. Then I learned after when I was in fifth grade (quite a while ago). Now I can do 4 balls and 5 sometimes and also clubs and rings, and know a little contact juggling. conclusion: it just takes practice

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    oh yeah: ADVERTISEMENT: my brother learned from this book, "Juggling for the Complete Klutz" every bookstore has it in the kids section . Its a good book for learning.

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