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    Hi heres some pics from my pygmy bog garden - which soon should include meristocaulis ( which i am trying to germinate in the garden ).
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    The garden is surrounded by fireheath & protea and should look great next spring .
    Ive created different areas with some pure sand and washed river gravel ranging right throught to pure peat areas - i aim to increase the size to about 5mtr square.
    I currently have about 20 species and aim to increase this this winter

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    very nice! you're lucky you live in a climate where you can have a nice bog of pygmies all the time, I wish I lived in a warm region like you, supposed to snow 4 days straight here
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    wow!!

    I love it, i think ive said this allready!

    Cheers

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    WOW indeed, that's a real nice natural looking setup, really good work
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    Boo!
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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (Kirkscoastalcarnivores @ Mar. 18 2006,10:22)]very nice! you're lucky you live in a climate where you can have a nice bog of pygmies all the time, I wish I lived in a warm region like you, supposed to snow 4 days straight here
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    Belinda, great pictures! I also enjoyed your editorial comments in the other two topics.

    I attempted to bring the other picture on the screen. I think it just had the forwward slash in front of the img for the opening tag. Here goes...

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    Thanks Jim
    Images now fixed
    regards Belinda

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    That's fantastic. There are so many of them. You gotta love those pygmies.

    Great growing!
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