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    Mr. Dawnstar. Yes, I am EVERYWHERE. I SEE all. I KNOW all. I am WOMAN. And don't you ever fergit it! You are a silver-tongued devil but you cannot silver me with your orchidaceous attempt at wriggling out of what was obviously a male stereotyping of women! Trying to compare women to utric bladders! Well ah nevah!! I know my bladder is superior to any bladder you could ever grow. So put that in your lolon and smoke it!

    Mr. Tony. BONK!! I don't know if I could appreciate being housed in a greenhouse, kept hot and sweaty, and fed bugs. Down here in the South, that's NOT how you treat a lady! No wonder you have a greenhouse...its probably something akin to a "doghouse"...a place where men go when they are in trouble with their woman. Spend a lot of time in the greenhouse, do ya? hehehe

    Men! Haaruuumppph!
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    woot I'm in the greenhouse now! Any other men care to join me? hehe
    Is that a Nepenthes in your pocket or you just happy to see me?

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    I'll throw William in there with ya. Y'all can pass the time stuffing bugs into pitchers and commiserating about the woes of WOMEN! WOOT! BONK!
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    Women! You can't live with them, and you can't live with them.
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    Hehe, nice discussion.

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    Very scientific isn't it?

    Anyone wishing to discuss my bladder...feel free.
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    Here is the result so far after a couple weeks. I put a couple 2" stolons horizontally under the moss.. with a little exposed here and there. There might have been all of 1 or 2 leafy stolons originally. The pot is sitting in a container that can hold enough water to flood the pot although I haven't added water yet and the water is about 1" deep, so the moss is very wet but not flooded. The setup went into my lowland grow chamber which is a bit more shady than the main greenhouse and is 75 at night and warmer during the day.


    We will see how it does in the long hall but this explosive growth is encouraging from the what appeared to be soon extinction from my greenhouse prior to this.



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    Hey Tony. How are things going with your graminifolia??

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