ChefDean wrote: ↑Wed Jun 22, 2022 9:18 pm
Intheswamp wrote: ↑Wed Jun 22, 2022 7:52 pm
The worrisome Intheswamp requests, nervously and with many delusions...
Excellent! Our plan is working!
D. binata "Upright Form" plus(+) Bonus - Mixed Capes
No sooner does he transfer many plants to his granddaughter due to lack of room, and he's already requesting more seeds. Our plan of enabling his addiction is unfolding nicely.
Intheswamp wrote:I've been counting the days until I've been here 90 days so I can get some of those filiformis 'Forida Red' seeds that are included in the rossettes!!!
If you really want some, I currently have seven flower stalks on my filiformis "Florida Red, White Flower" (Undisclosed location), some with seeds cooking. Undisclosed location due to it being an isolated population. I've been told by very reliable sources that this plant can be traced back to a single location that is measured in single digit acres in Florida.
Most of my seeds end up in the seed bank, but I can send you some before I officially donate them to the bank.
<hangs head in utter shame> I went to all the meetings. I told them my name and that I was a CP seed addict. They jeered at me. One gal (she smelled kinda like a mule) pulled a chair out from under me. I was the brunt of many jokes. But I stayed true to the course!!! I lifted my head up, I struggled forward. And then...THEN!!!!!...in a moment of weakness, yes, I did it. I did it. I requested seeds from the seedbank. Ohhhh, the shame...THE SHAME!!!!!!
HUH? You've got some filiformis Florida Red seeds coming on. Well, heck yeah I'll take some!!!! Whadaya think I am, dumb?????!!!!!
Oh, and no I did not put any high-tech, nano bio-trackers in the envelope to determine the location of these blooming plants. And it is a complete rumor that my nephew (who happens to be visiting me) works with the NSA. Everything's cool. Carry on.
Oh, and the lady on the mule *should* be by tomorrow to scurry the envelope up your way. And, if you happen to hear some very light beeps in the still of the night it's not nano surveillance bugs, just probably somebody backing a forklift up in the distance...or something like that. Think nothing of it.