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RE: Euphorbia platyclada

Got to agree on that one Auralie... So Jim, does this plant at some point in
time get a great bloom or something? Is it somewhere on the food chain for a
specific animal? 


> In a message dated 02/27/2005 10:36:01 AM Eastern Standard Time,
> jsinger@igc.org writes:
> Ceres, here's a link to that close relative of Sticks of Fire I mention
> earlier. It's about the weirdest looking plant I know.
> http://snipurl.com/d34y
> Jim, that looks like the thing someone gave me a cutting of a few
> weeks ago.  She called it her favorite plant, but I think it is just
> about the least preposessing thing I have ever seen.  I think the
> cutting has rooted and is growing - I think.  With a magnifying
> glass I can just make out green tips - my friend claimed they
> were blossoms.  You couldn't prove it by me.  I ask myself each
> day why I am trying to nurture this strange thing - but I guess that's
> what we do.
> Auralie

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