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    Both plants are very cool!

    Both plants are very cool!
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    I think that succulents can't be THAT picky. If...

    I think that succulents can't be THAT picky. If succulents required soil such as that there would be none!


    And the cherrystone... it... looks very similar to a material that is quarried in my...
  3. Thread: Baby critters!

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    Cute, really. Wildlife is always interesting for...

    Cute, really. Wildlife is always interesting for sure.



    I worked at an animal shelter several years ago. It was my fist job. We got some wildlife but mostly cats and dogs.

    I was assigned to...
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    There are cultivars with very short needles out...

    There are cultivars with very short needles out there that would be better suited for what you wan to do, but they are very slow growing and not commonly available.
  5. Yeah, but I think it was an independent...

    Yeah, but I think it was an independent application that was somehow passed by the company's reviewers. The problem is that they allowed it, not that they made it. I don't think they actually...
  6. The worst concept for a phone application, ever.

    I found this story when checking tech news. It is probably the worst concept that you could possibly come up with for a downloadable phone application. It's called the 'baby shaker' - I am not...
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    Swords, I actually mean Crassula 'Spring Time',...

    Swords, I actually mean Crassula 'Spring Time', that's the name of the C. rupestrus hybrid. http://www.cactus-art.biz/schede/CRASSULA/Crassula_cultivar/Crassula_springtime/Crassula_springtime.htm ....
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    The off-topic topic

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    This is very successful at another forum that I visit. Essentially what this does is create a place to post and discuss topics that are...
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    Aren't those bottles always tiny though? I always...

    Aren't those bottles always tiny though? I always thought those things had to super concentrated if they packed all that energy crap into that tiny bottle, but the scale how much is actually in there...
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    Ah. Your review is so well written, as well as...

    Ah. Your review is so well written, as well as not being either all in italics or not, I had assumed the non italicized portions not including the book name was copy and pasted from a book review...
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    Why? Were the photos not all that great?

    Why? Were the photos not all that great?
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    I didn't know Echeveria could be so...

    I didn't know Echeveria could be so temperamental. I have had one for several years that I put outside in the summer and I ignored it. It just did fine with summer storms. I just recently got some...
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    Happy birthday. Be glad you are safely out of...

    Happy birthday. Be glad you are safely out of earshot or else we would be oblidged to sing you that stupid song that is always embarrassing to be sung to no mater if it is the first time or the 100th.
  14. Thread: freakin cat

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    I don't know how to say this, but... I've been...

    I don't know how to say this, but... I've been seeing other forums :blush:.
    :grin:


    In addition, school got busy and all. I usually show up here in cycles anyhow, ya know? Pop in for a ...
  15. Thread: freakin cat

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    Wrong grass. :-)) I kid, I kid!

    Wrong grass. :-))

    I kid, I kid!
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    I like oystershell grit because it provides the...

    I like oystershell grit because it provides the birds with calcium, something the females in particular need for their eggshells and that they don't get enough of from the normal diet I feed them. I...
  17. Thread: lots of pics

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    Nice pictures. And I know that shrub! That's...

    Nice pictures. And I know that shrub! That's Calycanthus floridus, known as Sweetshrub or Carolina allspice.
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    You don't have anything to loose, but of all the...

    You don't have anything to loose, but of all the plant parts I would think that if it does root at all it would be the least likely to/ have the lowest success rate... many plants can spread via leaf...
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    I use grit for my finches, but it is crushed...

    I use grit for my finches, but it is crushed oystershell. Just be aware that some commercial grit mixtures will have that or other calicum-rich materials in it.
  20. Thread: CPs and Sand

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    Wow. Really? I was being sarcastic. If you can...

    Wow. Really? I was being sarcastic. If you can actually interpret results from it I would be impressed! I have labs that use them and I hate those things.

    And what is with the recommendations to...
  21. Thread: CPs and Sand

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    Pfft looks can be deceiving. If you really want...

    Pfft looks can be deceiving. If you really want to know the composition pulverize the sand into microscopic fragments and feed it through a spectrometer.

    I guess what I am trying to say is that...
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    Wow, really? *scratches head* And I feed my...

    Wow, really? *scratches head*

    And I feed my plants insects that I catch.



    That's it, none of you are invited the next time I go spotlighting for deer!
    No, not really!

    Seriously, I am...
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    Uh, What? It does not sound like a pest...

    Uh,

    What?


    It does not sound like a pest problem. And, by the way, apple seeds almost always grow trees that make inferior fruit. I seem to remember that the chances of a apple seedling...
  24. Thread: Taking a chance

    by Finch
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    I like to topdress many of my non-cp pots with...

    I like to topdress many of my non-cp pots with sand and/or gravel, it does make it look nice and neat doesn't it?
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    Secure in the knowledge that the person payed too...

    Secure in the knowledge that the person payed too much money for the object in question?
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