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Old May 8th 05, 03:40 AM
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Default Elephant ear in pond?

Thanks for sharing with the world that you are a complete imbecile, Johnny

Have your kids show you how to do a Google search for more info.

"jabriol" wrote in message


My suggestion is to present your question to people who know about
plants. Rec.ponds doesnt deal with ponds anymore, only Carol vendetta
against Jw's.

John Bachman wrote:
My lovely wife, Little Kahunah (her mother is Big Kahunah), got two
elephant ear bulbs for Mother's Day. She is thinking of putting one
in a large clay pot and put it into a shallow part of our pond. It
would look really cool there and provide some much needed shade.

Anyone have experience with elephant ear in their ponds?

I can see it coming: "No elephant ear but I put in a rhino horn and
the fish became nymphomaniacs."

TIA anyway.



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