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Old 07-05-2021, 09:34 PM
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Ffffffffffine, I don't need y'all. I can do it myself
Just make sure you have video and pictures to back it up.
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Just make sure you have video and pictures to back it up.
Don't you worry. It's going to be like a documentary.
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Read up on the four phases of the coconut. You are after number four.

You really donít need much of a sprout, you donít want a mini tree. The ones I have had are all just barely sprouted with still their primary leaves and no fan leaves

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Go back to post 11 and your post in 12 lol


Youíve been talking a while buddy lol
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Well, I had to go back to page 1 and read forward again. It now appears to me that the first step in your documentary must be an excursion to find the elusive Colorado River toad, Jeff. Let's start there, THEN the coconut. I'll patiently wait, just like I keep watching my carefully tended coconut do absolutely NOTHING! NADA!
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Well, I had to go back to page 1 and read forward again. It now appears to me that the first step in your documentary must be an excursion to find the elusive Colorado River toad, Jeff. Let's start there, THEN the coconut. I'll patiently wait, just like I keep watching my carefully tended coconut do absolutely NOTHING! NADA!
Maybe that's the problem: you're watching.
Maybe you should take the advice given to Bopeep!
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Well, I had to go back to page 1 and read forward again. It now appears to me that the first step in your documentary must be an excursion to find the elusive Colorado River toad, Jeff. Let's start there, THEN the coconut. I'll patiently wait, just like I keep watching my carefully tended coconut do absolutely NOTHING! NADA!
Nobody said 'tis going be an easy quest. It will be long, arduous, and fraught with mortal peril. But I have committed myself. I can't back out now.

Okay, I'm off to find the Colorado river toad that does not in fact live in Colorado.
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Nobody said 'tis going be an easy quest. It will be long, arduous, and fraught with mortal peril. But I have committed myself. I can't back out now.

Okay, I'm off to find the Colorado river toad that does not in fact live in Colorado.
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Watering DC & WW this evening and saw that one of my Monarch caterpillars had decided to hang it's chrysalis on DC!



DC & WW haven't got much taller but there are several sets of new leaves in the middle of the bundles:

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Nice!!! Those are the first of the real palm leaves. They wonít separate and segment for a few but thatís a great sign of health and development
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I keep getting this eerie feeling about being tied to a stake....
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