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Posted by mmissffiggi TX8 (My Page) on
Sun, Jun 13, 10 at 19:20

I woke up with terrifying thought... It might have been a complete nightmare...
What I bought was a few harmless cuttings last fall, has somehow miraculously multiplied.
With the weather heated up here lately it seems that I now have a little jungle, since they each has grow a foot or two, many with figlets.
What would I do with these ah..umteen...fig trees.
Another scary thought... what if I'd be allergic to these fruits?

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RE: nightmare

Hello and welcome mmissffiggi, gee that's hard to spell. I had that same nightmare a couple of weeks ago when I found out that I have 45 varieties of figs growing in my yard. Most are just started this year with a couple of 2 and 3 year olds in pots. At the point of making a head count, I realized that I need to be shopping for a few acres of land out in the country. Oh but it will be fun.
From the bayou,

RE: nightmare

You type this
What would I do with these ah..umteen...fig trees.
Answer - care for them

Another scary thought... what if I'd be allergic to these fruits?
Answer - give em to me ! ; )


RE: nightmare

  • Posted by noss 9 Lafayette, LA (My Page) on
    Sun, Jun 13, 10 at 21:42

Oh, NO! Mr. Bill!


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