Some caudiciforms kept in Canada

Discussion in 'Caudiciforms and Pachycaul Trees Photo Gallery' started by caudiciformken, Jan 10, 2008.

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  1. caudiciformken

    caudiciformken Active Member

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    Here a some of my caudiciform plants, I keep in Ontario, Canada.
    Always on the lookout for more! I think I have a 3"x5" space at
    the front window, and a 2"x3" space under lights. lol

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    Nice collection!
     
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    Thank the Lord, my wife thought I was the only one who finds those "ugly plants" interesting. Thank you for sharing, Ken.
     
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    Maybe my wife and your's are related????
    My wife thinks I just have a couple plants, and I sneak in new one's as I find them.
    The odd time I have been caught, when she notices a new plant on the table......she say's "Hey, what's that new plant". My stock answer is "I've had that one a while now", or "I just moved it from the back window to the front window".

    They are for sure interesting to have. A rather lonely hobby to have, as no one else has them!
    They are the only plants which new visitors are guarenteed (sp) to ask "What's that plant"
     
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    My wife takes care of the finances. She knows when I've mail ordered a new plant. I take a little abuse for a while, but it's worth it. I'm at a point now where I have compromised and agreed to get rid of a plant before I can find room for another. Unfortunately, I have only a few "common" plants that I could possibly go without. I keep dreaming of adding an atrium off of the back of the house. I tell her we could move the dining area into the atrium and expand the kitchen...my feeble attempt at appealing to her sensibilities. Maybe someday.
     
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