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Re: Xanthosoma lindenii

In a message dated 7/12/00 7:57:43 PM Central Daylight Time,
ju-bo@email.msn.com writes:

<< you may get lucky!   If not, a BIG goodby kiss??
Oh so true! The only reason I mentioned it was the remote possibility someone
can glean a smidgen of info from the neglect, original pot, plastic pot,
allowed to get destitutedly dry, etc. It was under fluorescent lighting, on
the floor, 24 hour lights. By all good rights, it should have died instantly.
Maybe it just liked them or the local, or God knows what.


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