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    ^_^ Yay, my plant's siblings!!!

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    Nice coloration to the plants.

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    hey they look like mines parents thax again so much for the plants purplesundew
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    Maybe I have seen Angelica in the bogs I've been too, hmm have to look better again, I think I mistaken a couple for some elongated Intermedia! [img]http://www.**********.com/iB_html/non-cgi/emoticons/biggrin.gif[/img] Nice plants! Look just like the coloration in the wild! Great job!

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    If you find them in the bog, please leave them there: anglica is rather endangered unlike the other temperates, and better if grown from seed anyways. I dont mean to imply that you were going to take any plants, just wanted to take this opportunity to do some general education. There aren't many locales for anglica left!
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