Re: Native plant question. Not native, humanophile.

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Posted by seahunt on November 08, 2008 at 19:13:56:

In Reply to: Native plant question posted by Max Bottomtime on November 08, 2008 at 12:14:06:

Oh my gosh, the droplets on that plant has a ph similar to my IQ at this alcohol level.
You seem so observant, but you seem to have missed that part of the beauty of that plant is that it is so pristinely clean. There is
nothing on it. The secret is that anything that lands on that is soon dissolved by enzymes that the Alien movies were based on and
ingested so that plant can continue to spread... indefinitely as you observed it is so good at. Did you notice that there seem to be
less cats and birds visiting your rock garden? Soon it will be the puppies that become scarce ... then inevitably humans and Sigornie
Oh, it may seem like some friendly succulent, but it is better described as a succubus. Your nice rock garden is going down in
history as ground zero of the demise of the Earth biosphere except for one deceptively amiable looking plant.
It's too late. It's all over. You may as well go diving.

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