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Re: I peeked. It's a Flower!

  • Subject: Re: I peeked. It's a Flower!
  • From: "mossytrail" <mossytrail@hctc.com>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Jun 2009 16:55:32 -0800

You are brave.  If I had a plant like that, I would assume
the act of my peeking inside would be enough to cause the
flower to abort then and there.  It's not that I have a
brown thumb, but I find my success rate is inversely
proportional to how much I value the plant.

Jason Hernandez

> I took a peek inside and it is unquestionably a flower.
> The bud measures 45 inches tall and 9 inches across. We
> will be wrestling it out of the greenhouse on Friday and
> taking  it to the UC Botanical Garden at Berkeley. Looking
> at photos of its' 2005 blooming and  some of its' siblings
> I'd guess we have two weeks for it to open fully. (Don't
> quote me  on that though)
> Bill Weaver
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