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goldfish revisited

Just a note to all of you who tried to help me ID my plant.  It is an
actual goldfish plant, just needed a little time to get it's act
together.  If you recall (and I even showed some of you the picture) the
flowers looked like little salmon colored chalices with a pinked edge. 
Well, now, as the plant has had about 3 months to adjust and has doubled
in height (need to cut back) the new flowers look just like those little
pepridge farm goldfish crackers - only plumper.  I haven't  tasted them,
though.  They're just the cutest little things! kitty

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