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RE: Proud


You are telling me that the plant is ugly, flowers not impressive, can
really get hurt on the darn thing.... and you planted it instead of trashing

Doesn't sound like a keeper to me...


> We've had it for quite awhile. You probably haven't heard about it
> because it's ugly as well as dangerous. Up till now, it has lived in a
> pot--mostly because we couldn't figure out what to do with it--that has
> recently come to be in the way. So we had to do something with it.
> As I recall, it bloomed a couple of times--flowers are not terribly
> attractive, either. Yellow, as I recall. Don't know if I took pictures
> [that was BD--before digital] but I'll look.
> On Apr 19, 2005, at 2:27 PM, Donna wrote:
> > Somehow, I just don't think this is the last we will
> > be hearing about the cactus from hell.....and I don't
> > mean viewing the lovely flowers :)
> >
> > Donna

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