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Flower blooms once in 40 years - & then dies

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Gardeners must be patient as they wait for their carefully-nurtured plants to flower. But few will have faced quite the wait endured by staff at the Royal Botanic Gardens, at Kew, where a plant has flowered for the first time after almost 40 years.

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Same thing happened to me!

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Bit disappointed it's green, like the rest of the plant....:unsure:

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Bit disappointed it's green, like the rest of the plant....:unsure:

That's what I was thinking! Sh!t flower... <_<

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they make great dijeridos, but cutting them down is a pain... they have this sap that stings when it hits skin and is hard to get off.

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Meh.... not worth it. I'll stick to my lilies and moon-flowers, thanks.

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I wouldn't want that in my garden no way! Not growing taller for years... knowing my luck i would mow it over not really thinking!

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The desert alternative to the fir tree -- the shorter century plant stalks, when dried, can be cut, decorated, and used as Christmas trees.

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they make great dijeridos, but cutting them down is a pain... they have this sap that stings when it hits skin and is hard to get off.

Didgeridoo!!!! thumbsup.gifhappy.gif

I was looking for pinks, red, or maybe yellow! It's a flipping tree! blink.gif

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disapointed

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