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    Laura! You have it wrong! Sheesh! Kids!
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    There's no season like spring,
    There's no season like spring,
    There's no season like spring.
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    Oh, I've been wrong before and will be wrong again!

    I have to admit that I am anxiously waiting for May to come as I have CP babies on their way to me that I bought as well as a few very special ones that are being gifted to me! Then I can't wait to see what our Home Depot has on their shelves because Jim has been picking up CPs at his HD out east and I am hoping our HD stocks something other than VFTs this year. I think the fix is in and all the good cp stock is going out east but it can't hurt to check.

    We've only got about 100 days until the good times start to roll!

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (LauraZ5 @ Jan. 21 2005,8:14)]Definitely not kosher!
    I gave it up for Lent!

    Seriously, although we are in the dead of winter, the photperiod has been on the rise for a month , now, and some of my plants have been responding, accordingly.

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    Quote Originally Posted by [b
    Quote[/b] (jimscott @ Jan. 21 2005,4:31)]Seriously, although we are in the dead of winter, the photperiod has been on the rise for a month , now, and some of my plants have been responding, accordingly.
    I've noticed that my pings have started their "summer" leaves this week. My 'Sethos' in particular look especially gawky with part being the winter rosette and its many, tiny, symmetriclly placed leaves and the other being a bunch of larger leaves unfurling from the center of the rosette.
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    What states do you people live in? Are your pings indoors or outdoors? What kind of pings do you have? I am feeling overwhelmingly "pingless" with all this talk about pings responding accordingly to rising photoperiods and pings starting their "summer" leaves. I wish May 1st was here already so I'd have my plant orders.

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    Laura, theres no season like spring! And, to rub it in, my growing season starts in late February to early March, and ends in late September to early November. HEE HEE! I am hoping you got over your ROFLMAO and are recovering. As for the other problem, exercise and the right kinds of foods will deal with az-- uh-- you know!
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    I'm in the Reading, PA area and my pings are all inside, at window sills. But some of my other plants, after curling up into hibernacula or just slowed down, are waking up - D. binata, D. filiformis.

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    OK, I feel better. Your plants are inside. That makes sense to me. Shame I have little or no window space on the east side of the house. I have scads of northern exposure windows but with the way the house is situated on the lot, there is no direct sun coming in any of those windows just bright indirect light. That leaves me a southern exposure which is useless as there are too many trees on that side of the house and a western exposure. Bummer.

    Is a western exposure ok for anything?

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