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Jan 23, 2011 5:24 AM CST
Name: Sally
Nichols, iowa
Are the Golden Pothos easy to root out if too many hit the ground and regrow? I can see how they could encased everything.

I've had the Amorphophallus rivieri. I loved the beautiful umbrella shape it grew into. It's too bad it wouldn't wait till summer to bloom. I hated to get rid of it.

Love the dam and the outlet is a beautiful picture!

I love the Pepermoia's shine and leaf pattern!

I love the name Giraffe's knees!

The Cordylines are beautiful! I'd spot the pinks all over!

Are the coconuts edible? I never thought about a coconut grove. Does any wildlife there eat them? And I thought walnut trees were a pain, LOL!

Wow, I've never seen a coconut germinate. That picture is worth missing the pile :o)

All the palms were beautiful and some really unique.

I'm amazed at all the different things you have growing and that so much is in pots. It's a very different place.
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