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Old 06-10-2010, 06:31 AM   #21
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that plant that looks all holey and stuff is absolutly beautiful and how do you post pictures on threads?

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Old 06-11-2010, 02:14 AM   #22
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Below this post you will see a "Post Reply," click that, and when you get in there, scroll down a little and you should see a "manage attachments." Click that and it will ask you to browse your pics. Pick one, and then click upload, wait for that to not say "Uploading pics, please wait," and you can close that box. It should show your pic names in the area that said "manage attachments" and then you can preview the post to see if they showed up correctly.

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Sorry I know it is off topic Last picture I promise, haha this is one week from the first picture, the large leaf in the back is the one you can barely see in the first picture

this is tonight you can see the growth in the older(right)leaf as well as a new leaf(centre)

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being that I asked about your Madagascar Lace, and I being the OP of this thread, post all ya like.

Beautiful, unusual and just plain cool

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