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Old 16th February 2011, 03:19 AM
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Hi TS
Thanks for your PM, don't worry got lots more coming.

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I think they are getting bigger now. How are they now?
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Thanks TS,
Here is a P.Pumila and a P.Madagascarinse growing rather nicely



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Wow, P. Madagascarinse! Did you find it difficult to grow in our climate? Any special treatment?
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Wow, P. Madagascarinse! Did you find it difficult to grow in our climate? Any special treatment?
It is extremely slow growing. I think it is too warm here.
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