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Snowtanned Jade

Posted by kaktuskris 6 NH (barharbor75@yahoo.com) on
Sat, Mar 1, 14 at 20:27

Even though there are 6 foot high snow mountains outside my window, and it was below zero this morning, my Jade is still working on a tan.

Christopher


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RE: Snowtanned Jade

Beautiful snow tan, Christopher! :D


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Thanks, Rosemarie...It's the only kind of tan we get here now...

Christopher


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You should apply sunscreen to your Jade when you take it snowboarding... everybody knows that!


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Our Jades can detect those increasing solar values, despite the mountains of white just beyond the window....Lookin' good!

Josh


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RE: Snowtanned Jade

Christopher

If you don't mind me posting a photo, here is my baby growing from a fallen leaf, also getting snow tan.
Actually, larger one on the left is tanned also - they are in front of south window. I guess the snow intensifies the sunlight a bit.
Rina

This post was edited by rina_ on Sun, Mar 2, 14 at 19:08


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This one is in "row 2"...all green.

Rina


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A south facing window indeed makes a difference for me, plus the fact my Jade is not the common variety, it is one known as "Ruby" or "rubra." I love it.

Christopher


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