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Buh buh buh bam!!!  3 outta 5 ain’t bad. 

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Palmaceae

Beautiful, you just have to get the timing right next time ;)

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96720

I have a lot of chamberonia in my greenhouse I’m always amazed at how they all open at about the same time 

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DoomsDave

Ran screaming down the street . . .

It ain't easy getting a three-fer in the Chambeys in the summer.

Boom boom boom all at once!

@MattyB you appear to have your palms well-trained!

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