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Unid and ID Aloe flowering for the first time

Posted by cactusmcharris 4 / Interior BC (My Page) on
Fri, Sep 7, 12 at 0:04

Aloe vera flowering, apparently it can flower any time of the year . I need some hummers!

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An unid one alsl flowering for the first time - flower pictures will be forthcoming.

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A threat to lawnmowers everywhere, so I had to perform some total annihilation, not happy but practically

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And ending all messages with a catpile can make furry-faced folk intolerably cute.
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RE: Unid and ID Aloe flowering for the first time

Jeff: I love the coloring on your NOID aloe. And the nest - wasps? That's too bad you had to destroy them. I'm not a huge fan of wasps myself (I much prefer bees), but I hate having to kill them off. A very lovely hive. I know humans who aren't half as egrerious.


*CG*


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RE: Unid and ID Aloe flowering for the first time

Jeff,
Goodness, that's quite a (wasp?) nest! I love your aloe vera, despite one of the more "common" varieties (all I have is "common," so there's nothing wrong with that), it's still lovely to see in bloom (or in your case, budding). I might just have to kittnap your kitties. My dog would love having them around... she thinks she's a cat. :D

Planto


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Nice kitties. Nice to have them walking around all the time.
And, while talking about kitties and aloes, sometimes having cats around can be bad. I have 16 cats (yeah, i know thats alot) and they just LOVE to kill anything flying around. They've caught several dozen june bugs (my favorite) and even KILLED two humming birds. I was devastated! I buried them both by their favorite aloe though.


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Beautiful purple hues in that second Aloe. And the perfect catpile.


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Fantastic paperwasp nest! Unfortunate but understandable that you had to wipe them out.


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