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Re: Death in the (plant) family

Nope, I just threw it out.

In a message dated 01/18/2005 12:08:48 PM Eastern Standard Time, 
garrideb@well.com writes:
    Is there still any green to it ? If so, try cleaning off the rot
at the base, stick it into 10% Clorox for maybe 10 minutes, wash off and
then place into a glass with water just touching the base. Hopefully
you can support it above the glass base via the leaves. New roots
_should_ grow within several months, if you keep your fingers crossed
during that period...

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