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    don't you love it

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    (Edited by arie at 4:37 pm on May 15, 2002)

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    Hey Arie,

    It's beautiful! I've got a Darlingtonia myself but it's not doing well and is in hibernation at the moment. All you need now is a fly inside the hood with a sign that says "Help! I've been trapped in an acid-producing factory!"
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    hehe

    looks very nice arie

    when my aunt came over, she said this one looks like a cobra! and then she looked at the ID tag that i stick inside the pots with the name on the tag and she was like ahh i c

    hehehe, i like it hen people say good thing about my plants [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]

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    I've never had good luck with Darlingtonia.

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    That makes me think of the small darlingtonia I had. I was trying to be nice to it, so I set up a small system that dripped ice water onto it. It plant didn't last long as the water was dripping directly onto and probably freezing the newly emerging leaves. I hope to try my luck with a larger plant, but next time putting ice cubes in the tray might me a better idea. [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/sad.gif[/img]
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    Nice pic, Arie! I love the little clear "windowpanes". I killed a few so I won't try them again for a while. But I do like the way they look.

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    Very nice pic Arie! I wish mine mine would get that nice but the weather here hasn't been all that great and I think they may still be in a somewhat dormant state.


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    Well, I got a darlingotnia from Pyro, and it died... Prolly kuz the shipping. I'm not scared to try again tho. I just need some cash, and ****** carnivores! Hehehe...

    This paycheck is taken up by a pair of jeans, I think...
    I worked thirty hours for 6.85 an hour... That is like, two hundred something dollars, but taxes it will be around one sixty, or seventy, I dont know, this is my first paycheck... 140 dollar jeans with 15% tax, that will be 161 dollars. I hope that taxes arent that bad... :s

    yea, but anyways, I really like thos darlings everyone! they are so nice! :biggrin:

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