Nice to see you again....

Discussion in 'Aquatic Plants' started by adavisus, Mar 1, 2018.

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    adavisus

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    Phew after record cold stuff then record warm stuff, it's nice to see some old friends popping up

    Even better, it dropped a few seed which survived starting new plants as well. Coping with 3°f and a record length period of freezing

    Am really looking forward to seeing that slow growing clump of spider lily bloom even better this year

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    brokensword Not all those who wander are lost

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    looks nice, adivisus; I tried the spider lily but it didn't make it here in 5b.
     
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    yeh but what is March going to bring
     
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    So beautiful! :)
     
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    March is going to bring extra warm stuff,and extra cold just to make sure you are amused,Sissy. The jet stream is,really really wonky. Wonkier than ever.

    Any record wet stuff that swings in may be two to three times your previous records. Given that warmer seas produce a heck of a lot more evaporation
     
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