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RE: throw away society/shopping

No, but betting they are selling like hot cakes....


> Speaking of plants in terra cotta...
> I was in Lowes today and they had this cute little Sago Palm in a wide
> shallow terra cotta  pot.  The pot was topped off with gravel and the
> whole
> thing appeared to be GLUED in place.  This is a live plant, but you
> turn the whole thing, gravel and all upside-down and it wouldn't
> Does this make sense?
> Kitty

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