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Re: Zamioculcus zamiifolia

Speaking of plants in need of water, I sure could use water loving
plants for my garden pool here in Charlotte NC area other than elephant
Judy Bauer
8440 Huckleberry Trail
Concord NC  28027

MJ Hatfield wrote:

> I'd say I have them in too rich a soil mix and am watering them too
> much. I tend to do that. In my mind, rich soil and water should make
> everything grow. Even if I know it doesn't.
> MJ

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