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Re: advice on a monsterous houseplant

hermine wrote:

> At 11:53 PM 12/18/98 -0600, William Perez wrote:
> >> Thank you all for the advice.  It seems to me that monstera is just another
> >> aspidistra or snake plant but, of course, with a little more character.
> >
> Did somebody say SNAKE PLANT? The Sansevieria, to which I have pledged my
> life? and perceives it to be a plant of little character? aye, there will
> be a keel hauling tonight, i fear.
> hermine

Oops!  Sorry, Hermine.  In fact I love Sansevieria as well as Aspidistra.  What
would my apartment be without them??


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