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Ernie
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I am back

Post by Ernie » Tue Jul 31, 2018 10:41 am

Hello just a quick one to say I am back on the forum. I no longer have the collection of Madagascan/African caudex's/caudiciforms I had before many of which the long time members of this forum saw on here. I sold that collection when I gave up(quite a lot went to members of this forum). I have put together a very modest collection of succulents that only need about 5 degrees in winter. The only plants I regret selling were my Othonnas, my favourite plants. I hope to try and get some more. This hobby is part of my DNA and try as I have several times to move on it keeps dragging me back. My wife is pleased because this time in her words, I don't have any potatoes, carrots or parsnips in the greenhouse.
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Geoff Lovell
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Re: I am back

Post by Geoff Lovell » Tue Jul 31, 2018 3:08 pm

Welcome back Ernie.
Founder member BCSS # 32426,
Growing Cacti and Succulents for over 40 years,
mixed collection but prefer succulents particularly caudiciforms.
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Chris in Leeds
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Re: I am back

Post by Chris in Leeds » Tue Jul 31, 2018 7:11 pm

Welcome back Ernie looks like a nice variety of plant you have now
Chris
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