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Sally0
Yardley, PA

April 25, 2011
5:02 AM

Post #8518937

This is the first year I wasn't hit with bugs during the winter and my adeniums seem to be very happy about it. I have never had this many blooms this early. This is Trivius which is a big bloomer in the summer.

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NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

April 25, 2011
2:06 PM

Post #8519675

Oh, my gosh, what a beautiful flower with the red and white!
acts238
Fort Wayne, IN

April 25, 2011
2:43 PM

Post #8519757

Very pretty Sally, gotta love spring with no winter bugs. lol
Sally0
Yardley, PA

May 4, 2011
4:06 AM

Post #8538706

Another few blooms on this one. just love this flower.

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acts238
Fort Wayne, IN

May 4, 2011
5:59 AM

Post #8538867

Beautiful!!!
bsimpson1972
Chicago, IL
(Zone 6a)

May 5, 2011
8:09 PM

Post #8542862

This is very pretty. Well done!
helenchild
Decatur, GA

May 6, 2011
3:25 AM

Post #8543183

Sally,
Those are really beautiful flowers. Its nice to be having a good year!
Helen
Malestrom
Plumiedelphia, PA
(Zone 7a)

May 10, 2011
3:36 PM

Post #8552983

Sally the trivirus is all orange spotty
Is that your camera or rust?
Sally0
Yardley, PA

May 11, 2011
2:30 AM

Post #8553972

I don't know what you mean? Are you saying Trivius is another color? I looked it up and found another that looked like mine and then one that didn't? Maybe tags are mixed up.
Malestrom
Plumiedelphia, PA
(Zone 7a)

May 12, 2011
1:28 AM

Post #8556996

i zoomed in and it seems like it has rust, could be my older getting eyes >
Sally0
Yardley, PA

May 12, 2011
8:29 AM

Post #8557613

I checked the leaves and it looks ok but thank you in case I had missed something. These leaves are not the best looking as they are from last year. I expect them to fall off and new ones to grow when I put it outside.
fatcaudex
Providence, RI

May 15, 2011
6:32 AM

Post #8563851

Mine is blooming a second time in a month! And my newer ones are gearing up for blooming too. The newer ones are a surprize since I didn't purchase them with blooms. Looks like they will be red, but until they open, you never know! :)

My variegated one hasn't bloomed yet. So that's the suspense to date!

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Sally0
Yardley, PA

May 15, 2011
5:40 PM

Post #8565376

That is awesome fatcaudex. Your doing something right.
fatcaudex
Providence, RI

May 22, 2011
6:55 AM

Post #8579159

I must be... here are more pics. Now each branch has multiple buds. This thing is HAPPY!

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fatcaudex
Providence, RI

May 22, 2011
6:55 AM

Post #8579161

And the dark maroon one is blooming now :)

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newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

May 22, 2011
8:53 PM

Post #8580825

I have neglected mine terribly. Cooler temps and more rain and they are not happy! I started repotting today but only got the largest one done. Hopefully heat and lower humidity will return. Sally where do you buy the hybrids from? I want a few named varieties but can't seem to find a good place to order from. Those pics are all so pretty.
Malestrom
Plumiedelphia, PA
(Zone 7a)

May 24, 2011
10:26 PM

Post #8585687

Ive lost 4 this winter, 2 gifted, 1 bought and 1 seedling.
Brads buds n blooms has excellent quality caudexes and grafts on all their adeniums
I recommend buying the largest ones available because they have a better chance of making the long run.
Plus when it leaves up and blooms youll be glad you got the big one ;)
Sally0
Yardley, PA

May 25, 2011
7:36 AM

Post #8586165

Sorry Malestrom that you lost 4 adeniums this winter. That's a bummer. I can't really remember who I bought my hybrids from. I will have to try and look it up.

Baja_Costero

Baja_Costero
Baja California
Mexico
(Zone 11)

May 25, 2011
6:13 PM

Post #8587334

My plant is a long ways from blooming... just now making its very first leaves of the new year. Nice branching, now that I look at it from above. And a pretty serious subterranean caudex to raise up one day. My plan is to wait until it leafs out for real and then repot it back into soil. I don't know what's up with the semi-hydro here, but we're a month from summer and the plant is still more bud than leaf. Seems wrong to me.

They grow adeniums and ponytail palms in quantity here in Mexico because they are universally loved plants in gardens. It's fun to be able to choose a plant out of a large batch of seedlings. Who doesn't like that?

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NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

May 27, 2011
12:14 PM

Post #8590960

Baja, I have a couple of adeniums that I planted in s-h last fall also. Mine are outside on my south porch. They are slower to leaf out in s-h also, so you are not alone in that. I have a few buds coming on one of the plants and I've been watering them with high bloom plant food each day. The s-h dries out quickly here with the heat and low humidity. I am figuring I'm not over watering because of the s-h. The picture is of the one that is not budded.
Edited to say: I just read on another thread that they do not like being repotted so maybe that also has something to do with why they are slower also.

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Sally0
Yardley, PA

May 28, 2011
5:24 AM

Post #8592309

Hi Nancy, The adeniums may still be adjusting to the s/h. In the summer I will hose them down sometimes every day with all of my plants. Mine stayed leafed out during the winter and they have been giving me sporadic blooms. I never get a lot of blooms this early in the season but maybe that is just me. You sure don't have to worry about overwatering them in the summer.

NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

May 28, 2011
3:37 PM

Post #8593190

Hi Sally, I wondered if I should have cut the one in my picture back this spring. I didn't do that. Do you feed yours often? If you hose them down, do you feed later with a liquid fertilizer watering?
Sally0
Yardley, PA

May 29, 2011
8:47 AM

Post #8594503

Hi Nancy, I do cut mine back in early spring. When I hose them down I will often use Miracle Grow. I do give them food quite often in the summer.

NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

May 29, 2011
4:29 PM

Post #8595200

I wonder if it would hurt it to cut it back now? I'm very tempted. Has anyone else cut back adeniums this late in the spring?
fatcaudex
Providence, RI

May 29, 2011
7:17 PM

Post #8595559

I think it depends on when they've bloomed, or if they are just getting ready to. If they have just bloomed, and the plant is "quieting down" with some leaves yellowing and falling off, I don't think it would jurt to trim/prune. If its ramping up to bloom and you cut it back, the plant (and eventually you) may not be so happy... Anyone else have this same experience?

I tend to be aggressive with pruning. My friends tend to be the opposite. The sight of a leggy plant makes me nauseous. This may sound mean, but I'd rather risk the plant dying than have it be an eyesore :(

:)
Sally0
Yardley, PA

May 30, 2011
5:44 AM

Post #8596229

I do not think it is too late Nancy. They will just take a little longer to bloom but they will come back stronger than ever. I like the more compact look. I am like fatcaudex, I am pretty aggressive in cutting mine back. It is scary to do but they will be fine.
PurePlants
Deltona, FL
(Zone 9b)

May 31, 2011
5:34 PM

Post #8600057

Beautiful adenium pic Sally!

NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

May 31, 2011
8:43 PM

Post #8600506

Well, I did it. I cut all the stems on the Adenium obesum back by over half. I agree with fatcaudex and Sally. To me it looks better already.
On my Adenium somalense I have left it alone because it is just starting to flower and, like fatcaudex says, the plant wouldn't be happy and neither would I.

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helenchild
Decatur, GA

June 4, 2011
9:10 PM

Post #8609579

I am glad to report that one of my adeniums has bloomed. It looks white but is has just a very faint tingle of pink around the edge.
I also spotted another bloom on another adenium but its not obesum. I will post that picture next.
Helen

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helenchild
Decatur, GA

June 4, 2011
9:11 PM

Post #8609581

Here is the other.

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NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

June 5, 2011
12:41 PM

Post #8610838

Beautiful Helen! The white one has such big flowers!
fatcaudex
Providence, RI

June 14, 2011
3:35 AM

Post #8629157

NancySLAZ, let your Adenium sit in full sun, and you'll see growth after 3-4 weeks. The leaves will be large, and shiny. Just see! The cut-back orchestrated will be well worth it :)
Sally0
Yardley, PA

June 14, 2011
9:34 AM

Post #8629762

Mine are all leafing back out now and starting to form buds.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

June 14, 2011
10:47 AM

Post #8629949

I am finally getting some flowers, its been a slow process this spring.
C

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bsimpson1972
Chicago, IL
(Zone 6a)

June 14, 2011
1:14 PM

Post #8630223

Gorgeous!

NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

June 14, 2011
5:19 PM

Post #8630669

Thanks fatcaudex! I have it in full sun most of the day and I already have some new growth coming along.
My Adenium somalense has had 4 blooms this spring (my first ever Adenium blooms) and I'm happy!

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helenchild
Decatur, GA

June 14, 2011
7:47 PM

Post #8631075

Beautiful flowers Nancy and newton.
Sally0
Yardley, PA

June 15, 2011
4:51 AM

Post #8631461

Very nice Newton and Nancy
Darlacooper
Jacksonville, FL
(Zone 9a)

July 8, 2011
6:28 AM

Post #8679928

I went to Walmart the other day and looked at some adeniums that they were selling as bonsai. On another thread in the Florida gardening someone had mentioned buying one and that the rocks on top had been set in resin or something. So I rescued one that look bad with no leaves. The store gave that one to me for $1. I bought another for the original $11. LOL Now I have 4 separate plants. the one that had no leaves is already starting to put out new ones. I have no idea what color they will be but I love them and I lost the 2 I had over the winter. They had other desert roses for sale but the bottom of the plant wasn't fat. Look like a branch cut off and stuck in the dirt. looked weird to me

Darla
Sally0
Yardley, PA

July 18, 2011
8:28 AM

Post #8699355

My adeniums are starting to bloom nicely now.

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kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 4, 2011
5:22 AM

Post #8735999

Mine are doing well, they love all this sun and heat, and no bugs

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kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 4, 2011
5:23 AM

Post #8736000

This is Star of Hope

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kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 4, 2011
5:25 AM

Post #8736003

Moved these outside

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Baja_Costero

Baja_Costero
Baja California
Mexico
(Zone 11)

August 6, 2011
4:26 PM

Post #8740760

A late start on this one, but several more on the way. Very exciting.

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newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 6, 2011
7:49 PM

Post #8741016

Mine are ailing in the intense heat and drought. I never thought they would mind until this year...
C
kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 7, 2011
6:42 AM

Post #8741535

I think some can be tempermental, as I have 9 in full sun most of the day and they love it, then I have 5 under the butterfly bush to shade them as they do not like the sun and I almost lost them but since I put them there they are doing fine.

NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 7, 2011
7:34 AM

Post #8741660

Beautiful color Baja, and it is a huge flower! It seems to like the s-h!
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 7, 2011
8:18 AM

Post #8741720

Its just too hot and no cooling at night that is taking its toll on all my plants. I am going to give them more water and make sure they don't get wet when the sun is baking them.
C

Baja_Costero

Baja_Costero
Baja California
Mexico
(Zone 11)

August 7, 2011
11:30 AM

Post #8742101

I noticed the Adenium in s/h slurps way more water this time of year. The reservoir goes empty much faster. Most of the year it's much more than a week before that starts to happen, but I've had to step up the attention because now it's every 4-5 days.

A month or two ago I repotted the plant and lifted it an inch or two. The plant seems to have appreciated the attention.

NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 7, 2011
1:25 PM

Post #8742383

Did you feed it ?

Baja_Costero

Baja_Costero
Baja California
Mexico
(Zone 11)

August 7, 2011
1:46 PM

Post #8742433

Every time I water.

NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 7, 2011
3:19 PM

Post #8742686

What are you using?

Baja_Costero

Baja_Costero
Baja California
Mexico
(Zone 11)

August 7, 2011
4:02 PM

Post #8742827

Dyna-Gro 7-9-5 diluted 1.5 tsp per gallon.
Malestrom
Plumiedelphia, PA
(Zone 7a)

August 7, 2011
9:13 PM

Post #8743515

Blooms!! WOO-HOO!!

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newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 8, 2011
4:43 AM

Post #8743699

Very pretty! I need some more grafted and hybrids. Most of mine are species which don't have much of a bloom time. Any thoughts on fertilizing during a heat wave?
C
helenchild
Decatur, GA

August 8, 2011
2:34 PM

Post #8744873

Mine bloomed will earlier in the summer but with the terrific Georgia heat wave we have having, my ademiums have stopped blooming. :-(
I have stopped fertilizing them for now. If they have another bloom time I will give them some more food.
Malestrom, I like your flowers, particularily the pointy petaled one.
Helen

NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 8, 2011
10:38 PM

Post #8745804

Baja, I'm using the Dyna-Gro also. I'm not sure if mine is a species or hybrid but it has not bloomed yet.
Cheryl, I fertilize all summer long and my adeniums are nice and green, but no flowers.
Malestrom, I love your pointy one too!
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 10, 2011
9:42 AM

Post #8748561

My adeniums have been dropping leaves so I increased their water. I still have a couple blooming so I guess they aren't terribly heat stressed. Most of mine are species which have a short bloom period anyway. I definately need to mail order some grafted hybrids for more blooms next spring. This plant lost a lot of leaves over the last couple weeks but seems to keep making nice replacements.
C

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acts238
Fort Wayne, IN

August 10, 2011
3:05 PM

Post #8749214

That is a beautiful plant C.
kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 11, 2011
6:14 AM

Post #8750076

Newton, what is the actual color of those flowers, it looks beautiful.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 11, 2011
8:12 AM

Post #8750216

Ah sorry, my phone cam was set on a funky setting. They are pink, sort of mottled in color. The odd thing is I ordered a white hybrid and that is the plant I got.
C
kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 11, 2011
8:20 AM

Post #8750223

Yep, I thingk you will find just about all of them are read or pinkish, unless they are grafted.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 11, 2011
8:44 AM

Post #8750244

It is a grafted plant, my only one. I see lots of white ones for sale but this one was never completely white and got pinker over time. Are there plants that retain their white flowers?
C
kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 11, 2011
3:19 PM

Post #8750824

mine do, they are pure white

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newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 11, 2011
4:40 PM

Post #8750957

What is the variety name on that plant?
C
kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 11, 2011
5:31 PM

Post #8751063

It is Amazing Siam, I purchsed it from JT at Country Gardens
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 11, 2011
5:33 PM

Post #8751069

Is that mail order?
kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 12, 2011
5:35 AM

Post #8751744

yes he sells great plants at reasonable prices. this is his address.

http://countrygdn.com/
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 12, 2011
5:46 AM

Post #8751756

I went to the adenium section and all I see is species, no varieties.
kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 12, 2011
10:28 AM

Post #8752173

maybe they just call them species. not varieties, when I see JT I will ask him
kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 12, 2011
1:22 PM

Post #8752469

I talked to JT and he sent me this information.
She is right.I only sell species.To get varieties she would need to order from one of the overseas companies or perhaps she could get into the co-op that is going on now at Allthingsplants
hope this helps
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 12, 2011
1:23 PM

Post #8752473

There are US companies that sell them including snowbelt adeniums.
Malestrom
Plumiedelphia, PA
(Zone 7a)

August 13, 2011
10:08 PM

Post #8755107

www.Bradsbudsandblooms.com
excellent adeniums
Snowbelt is great too as is Burriedtreasures.

NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

August 14, 2011
8:04 AM

Post #8755623

Kareoke: I see you grow yours inside. What type of sun exposure do they get?
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

August 14, 2011
9:19 AM

Post #8755738

BuriedTreasures has a nice selection.
kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 14, 2011
12:38 PM

Post #8756070

When my plants are inside they are in my plant room that I had added to my home 3 years ago, it has glass on three sides so gets afternoon sun and light all day.
acts238
Fort Wayne, IN

August 15, 2011
11:29 AM

Post #8757789

I see alot of these on ebay but they are usually from out of the USA. Is it safe to buy them from overseas? Acts
kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 15, 2011
12:50 PM

Post #8757891

I have purchased from Mr Ko on ebay and had good luck.
Sally0
Yardley, PA

August 15, 2011
1:49 PM

Post #8757960

I have always had good luck ordering on eBay internationally, too.
acts238
Fort Wayne, IN

August 16, 2011
5:08 AM

Post #8759031

I've seen some very interesting colors. Hmmm. Thanks
kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 16, 2011
5:20 AM

Post #8759077

You need to be aware that when you buy seeds they do not always come true to the parent so do not pay high price for seeds that a seller tells you will be a certain color, most of the time they will be the common PINK.
acts238
Fort Wayne, IN

August 16, 2011
5:30 AM

Post #8759116

Oh I don't know whether I could trust myself with seeds yet. Are they that easy to start and keep alive? I'd surely have to do something like that in the spring which will give me something to obsess about during winter LOL
kareoke
Greensburg, IN
(Zone 6a)

August 17, 2011
5:24 AM

Post #8760861

When you do decide to try seeds they are very easy just be sure to soak them for a couple of hours befor planting, after soaking slip the cover off, it comes off easily, lay the seed on top of the dirt then just barely cover them with soil, they should sprout in about a week, some are slower so just give them time.
Sally0
Yardley, PA

August 17, 2011
7:58 AM

Post #8761166

They are so easy to sprout and so much fun. Definitely try it.
Malestrom
Plumiedelphia, PA
(Zone 7a)

August 19, 2011
6:08 PM

Post #8765457

Mr. Kohs reputation is unblemished.
I know many people who deal with him in whosale and they never have problems that go unresolved.
Mr. Koh has been around for a loooong time.
If you order out of the country I have 2 pieces of advice
1- request he send them to Fla not Ca. CAlifornias customs lets things rot for fun.
Florida checks them and passes them through
2- for the price of the certificate and shipping, max out your order. you can resell whatever you dont want to keep at a profit.
Mr. Koh, Kukiat and Barry Ng are the only 3 vendors I deal with in that region
Never a problem yet.
good luck ;)
amanzed
Los Angeles, CA
(Zone 10a)

September 17, 2011
8:58 AM

Post #8812176

Are you guys sure about Buried Treasures? I read on Dave's Garden they are out of business.
newtonsthirdlaw
Arlington, TX

September 17, 2011
9:11 AM

Post #8812184

I think snowbelt adeniums has the best selection of the US mail order companies. Plants are not expensive but they are not large either. Still I was very happy with my order.
C

NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

September 18, 2011
5:34 PM

Post #8813945

I don't think Buried Treasures is out of business. Here is the web address and they have adeniums and other plants for sale:
http://www.buried-treasure.net/index.php

amanzed
Los Angeles, CA
(Zone 10a)

September 19, 2011
4:06 PM

Post #8815364

Hi Nancy: I checked and although the site is still up, you'll notice there are no new products for September. If you check our own Garden Watchdog, you'll see a fairly positive period followed by a rash of some apparent issues with operations. Also you'll see a note from Buried Treasures stating they were going out of business as of January 2011.

So... I really do think they are out of business.

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NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

September 19, 2011
6:07 PM

Post #8815542

Well, that definitely sounds like they are gone! Sounds like it wouldn't be a good idea to send them any money!
Malestrom
Plumiedelphia, PA
(Zone 7a)

October 2, 2011
3:26 AM

Post #8832411

send an email to Chris, if theres anything left hell make you a deal.
I bought things after the closing and as always Chris was a gentleman and good businessman.
Clare_CA

(Zone 10b)

October 28, 2011
1:15 PM

Post #8867133

Chris Moore of Buried Treasures died earlier this year. Here's the link to the notice to Dave's members: http://davesgarden.com/community/forums/t/1171129/
helenchild
Decatur, GA

October 28, 2011
2:00 PM

Post #8867180

What a real shame. He was much too young to die.
amanzed
Los Angeles, CA
(Zone 10a)

October 29, 2011
12:24 AM

Post #8867686

Truly a shame... and I have a lovely plant I bought from them. In my interactions, they seemed like nice people, Chris and his whole family.
Sally0
Yardley, PA

October 29, 2011
5:21 AM

Post #8867754

I bought a number of plants from him also. I do believe he used to be on this forum, too. That really is a shame.
Clare_CA

(Zone 10b)

October 29, 2011
10:45 AM

Post #8868076

I have some really nice adeniums from him also. I don't know why the web site is still up. Perhaps his wife is attempting to carry on the business.

NancySLAZ

NancySLAZ
Sun Lakes, AZ
(Zone 9a)

October 29, 2011
11:43 AM

Post #8868138

I'm sorry to hear that he died at such a young age. That is very sad. The site is still up and maybe they just haven't had a chance or the inclination to deal with it.
Malestrom
Plumiedelphia, PA
(Zone 7a)

November 11, 2011
11:06 PM

Post #8886692

OMG!!
We used to talk on the phone and I was wondering why I hadnt heard from him lately... aww man
What a bummer of a piece of news jeeeze...
I was going to bed, now im in shock... aww man.. :(
KayJones
Panama City Beach, FL
(Zone 8b)

November 12, 2011
5:02 AM

Post #8886762

I was sorry to hear of Chris' passing, too. Now, I am trying to find out WHY he died at such a young age, but no one knows or is willing to say why. He was a member and posted here often - seemed to be a really friendly guy!

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