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By ChefDean
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I'd like to thank Evenwind for his recent donation.
He has donated a pack of D. capillaris "Cuba".
I hadn't seen this one before, so I did a little research (asked Evenwind, I'm lazy), and it looks like there's some variation in color on this one. It can be green, it can be red, it can be practically anything in between. Pretty cool! The other qualities of the plants are pretty similar for all variations. Low growing rosette, smaller than a typical capi, about an inch across, shorter flower stalk. Just a cute lil thang.
These seeds are available to donors only for the next 48 hours, and all eligible members after that.
Evenwind, thank you for your continued generosity.
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By evenwind
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Rosette's getting a bit taller as time goes on...
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By MaxVft
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Wow! Im impressed. The plants too, but no mention about the exfoliater? Evenwind probably thought these too pretty to use :lol:
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By evenwind
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Once one finds that small sweetspot between soft 'n' smooth and raw 'n' bloody, it pays to enter a maintenance mode for one's ablutions. Thus fewer grains are needed on a weekly basis and more become available to the desirous public.

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