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Re: Bringing plants inside

Hi Ronald,
    The only plant that one needs to worry about growing inside is the
Phothos or Pothos plants in abundance!!!!!!! If enough plants are in a given
area and no other oxygen is around then and only then will it be a deadly
    Enjoy your new house hold friends...they will be with you during those
long cold nights and dark winter months. They will put a smile on your face
and give you many happy geranium dreams!

Cynthia Pardoe,

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