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Jim, how are the elephants in the pen doing?

Posted by roselee z8 SW Texas (My Page) on
Wed, Aug 29, 12 at 11:08

I'm thinking they must be even larger with the rains we had and the time that has gone by. Any stampedes yet? LOL

Please take some more pictures to let us know they haven't knocked over the house ;-)


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RE: Jim, how are the elephants in the pen doing?

Roselee, sorry I just saw this, I haven't been online in a while. Most of the E.E.'s are doing great and some are over 9 ft. tall. Some didn't do so well. I will try to get some pictures soon.
Jim


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RE: Jim, how are the elephants in the pen doing?

Thanks Jim! We're looking forward to seeing photos.


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RE: Jim, how are the elephants in the pen doing?

Hey Jim, remember that piece of philo. I got from you? It never did anything, looked dreadful. I stuck it in a pot, burying it, thinking it was dead. Yesterday found it is growing! There are two perfectly white leaves growing out of I was so excited Jim thought I saw a snake.
Tally Ho!


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RE: Jim, how are the elephants in the pen doing?

That's great, Tally! I thought it might, but they are very slow.

Jim


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is it P. ilsemannii? And if not do you know which one it is.
Tally HO!


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RE: Jim, how are the elephants in the pen doing?

Tally, it is philodendron imbe 'varigata'. I got it from Margie before she moved to Pennsylvania.

Jim


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RE: Jim, how are the elephants in the pen doing?

Ah! I am so excited it finally decided to grow.
Tally Ho!


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