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I know this is a bit corky! But ...

Posted by paul_ z5 MI (My Page) on
Thu, Dec 8, 11 at 18:20

quit your wining!

(For those who might be feeling a little mentally "slow" as to the point of this post, click on the link embedded above ......)


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RE: I know this is a bit corky! But ...

Now wait, those corks weren't soaked with wine once upon a time were they? I'd think the fruit of the vine would kill the roots of those tiny plants.


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RE: I know this is a bit corky! But ...

Time for you to go looking for another job.... and quickly!!!!!


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RE: I know this is a bit corky! But ...

Thanks Paul, I'd never seen that, what a great idea!


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RE: I know this is a bit corky! But ...

Ah, I remember coming across that picture somewhere. :) How do you suppose they're potted? I mean, what sort of medium? And what sort of drainage? I'd love to do that - we have a few wine corks floating around the house.

The leopard-spotted plants (2nd from left in the top row, and the little one in the bottom row that looks like the one in the top) - are those Mother-of-Thousands? I have a few of those growing in some of my pots as sort of stow-aways or hitch-hikers.


*CG*


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