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Help, help, there's a flower on my Schelp!

Posted by Jeffrey_harris San Diego, CA (My Page) on
Mon, Oct 24, 05 at 17:55

Aloe schelpii, a plant that grows as lushly as you wish it to, with lots of flowers and offsets.

Should you wish to add aloeiciousness to your nature, this is recommended as a most propitious starting point.

Easy to grow, large but not too large, puppiferious, its attributes are legion.

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RE: Help, help, there's a flower on my Schelp!

Beautiful flowers Jeff. Thanks for sharing.


RE: Help, help, there's a flower on my Schelp!

That looks surprisingly like my vera!
Excpet mine hasnt puppped yet!

RE: Help, help, there's a flower on my Schelp!

Jeffrey: Only your vocabulary can equal your beautiful plants!! Both are exquisite!! :-)
Bill in SC

RE: Help, help, there's a flower on my Schelp!

I dunno if I'd say his vocabulary is "exquisite" Bill, you might give him a big head! How about "Dr. Seusscious"? And I wonder if Jeff likes green eggs and ham, Sam I am?

OK, this is what happens to the brain after working a 12 hour midnight shift.

Nice plant Jeff and equally floriferous as your wording! Off to bed now to sleep whilst you daywalkers enjoy your plants during the daylight hours.


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