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Brooksville, FL
(Zone 9a)

June 17, 2001
4:54 AM

Post #6662

Hey ya'll!!! hope i dont get to annoying at this ...just figured out my BRAND NEW DIGITAL CAMERA...please check out my pics and help me with id's...
Scotia, CA
(Zone 9b)

June 18, 2001
6:20 AM

Post #84217

Yeah! You obviously learned to use the new camera very quickly! The photos are great. That is quite a collection of "babies" you have there!
Brooklyn, NY
(Zone 7a)

June 18, 2001
7:34 PM

Post #84381

Beautiful pix (great job, you don't look like a camera newbie to me), nice, healhty plants, great setting, when are we invited for a swim? Sorry, but don't know those particular epis.

Pirate Girl
Brooksville, FL
(Zone 9a)

June 18, 2001
8:51 PM

Post #84402

thx zanymuse and was only the third try at takin pics and i hope to get better real soon...i got tons of plants that are feeling neglected coz they are not in the album...not to mention 3 cats that currently are practicing their best impressions of "plant like behavior" to get their mugs pictured online...

btw Pirate_Girl - anytime your in the area, your invited for a swim...admission is "one small cutting" lol
Brooklyn, NY
(Zone 7a)

June 18, 2001
10:54 PM

Post #84441


Thx so much, really just kidding, as I am a lap swimmer recreationally, I couldn't resist; your pool just looks so clean, cool & inviting. But I do appreciate the offer all the same.

Are you anywhere near Ft. Lauderdale? My Dad lives near there & I was down there for the first time Spring 2000; couldn't believe how lush & gorgeously everything grew. You lucky dog you, certainly if ever I am nearby, plenty of succulent cuttings will come along for the ride. Thx again, very sweet of you.

Kamloops, BC
(Zone 4b)

June 18, 2001
11:03 PM

Post #84446

Dear Jeanne,

Yes, thank you for the pics, they are great - it's good to see the plants behind the woman, figuratively speaking. The one is definitely an epiphyllum (#7 - characterized by the flat blade of a leaf don't know the species/hybrid name) - the other is also an epiphytic cactus, but not an epiphyllum. Do you have any other pics I can't help you on?

Thanks again for sharing, CP - Love ya better than a dead mealy bug!

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