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Re: Re: Killing Platycerium an Essay

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] Re: Killing Platycerium an Essay
  • From: Bob Needham bneedham@cisco.com
  • Date: Tue, 27 Aug 2002 06:25:49 -0700 (PDT)

> From: "carol noel" <carolnoel2000@hotmail.com>
> We live on the Big Island - Puna area, between Kea'au and Pahoa.  We are
> at about 800' so we have the best of all temps but lots of rain.  Since
> soil is almost impossible to find and planting involves hours with a
> sharp bar prying apart lava, I enjoy growing things in trees...in them,
> on them, from them.  Ferns are all around as are the fern trees and I
> have planted more...  they are amiable types, don't require a lot of dirt
> and love the climate.
> I enjoy lurking on the fernet and while most is way over my head...I am
> learning, always learning. 
> Cheers :)

Nice to meet you!  :)

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