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Thread: Almost dead, But rescued S. Purpura

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    [img]http://home.**********.com/timbudtwo/sarra%20purpura.gif[/img]

    Here is a picture of a purp that my friend is letting me take care of over the summer. It was probably gonna die if i didnt. He had put fertilizer in every trap, and there are a bunch of holes in all the traps. Hopefully he will give it to me, less hassle for him, more fun for me!
    Oh boy.

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    Good Luck saving it! You should cut off some of the useless parts of the picture so that it doesn't take up so much space. The plant itself only takes up like one-fifth of the picture! [img]http://www.**********.com/iBhtml/non-cgi/emoticons/smile.gif[/img]
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    but i put it in to show off my other well grown plants!
    Oh boy.

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    I also noticed that it is in a clay pot, that's a nono!

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    Yeah, all I see is wall for the first five minutes. I still haven't seen the plants, so I'll comment on those soon.

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    Very nice wall!

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    I found nathaniel's comment humerous, and so very true. NICE plants tho BTW, i'm impressed.

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    What's in the large pot toward the bottom of the picture? I'm glad it loaded faster the second time( the first time I got a little board and didn't wait around for it to finish loading). Nice plants by the way. I'm sure they will recover in good time.

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