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Re: goldfish revisited + Voodoo

Brian_ I attempted to plant one of those outdoors one year as they do OK in
the ground here. Ahem, except when your Labrador retriever eats them. She
chewed that wonderfully meadow muffin smelly thing right to the ground.
Needless to say, I gave it to a friend whose dogs are less interested in
eating stinky things. Sigh.

Andrea H
Beaufort, SC
Zone 8b

----- Original Message -----
From: "CBRIAN" <CBRIAN@attcanada.ca>
To: <gardenchat@hort.net>
Sent: Tuesday, January 28, 2003 6:01 PM
Subject: Re: [CHAT] goldfish revisited + Voodoo

> > the new flowers look just like those little
> > pepridge farm goldfish crackers - only plumper.  I haven't  tasted them,
> > though.  They're just the cutest little things!
> What a great plant to tantalize your feline friends!  I can almost picture
> them stalking the goldfish!
>  I have a forest of Typhonium venosum (Voodoo lilies) that should have
> stored in the coldest part of the basement. Unfortunately they didn't and
> they are all coming into bloom. One of the more vigorous ones I brought
> upstairs and set in the bright light by the patio door to color up. By
> Saturday it was more than three feet high and Sunday it opened. The house
> filled with its inviting farm fresh, meadow muffin fragrance and it drove
> the Dachsies bonkers. One leaped for and grabbed the spathe and another
> almost flew through the patio door. Maybe next year I'll be a little more
> prudent.
> Brian
> Zn4
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