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Copernicia hospita (25 years planted) center

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JubaeaMan138

Killer !!!! 

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Gonzer

I'll resurrect this thread in 25 years for an update.

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Johnny Palmseed

Nice! And an Ae Ae banana in the background! Very cool.

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DoomsDave

If that's a bungle in the Jungle, a perfect execution sounds downright godlike . . . .

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JubaeaMan138

For some reason I keep picturing Ian andersen jumping around with a flute in moose’s garden 

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Moose
18 hours ago, Gonzer said:

I'll resurrect this thread in 25 years for an update.

Thanks, I should be dead by then. Or sitting in a wheelchair drooling on myself :lol:

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Gonzer
4 hours ago, Moose said:

Thanks, I should be dead by then. Or sitting in a wheelchair drooling on myself :lol:

You taught me everything I need to know about thread resurrection.

 

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