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Somehow killed an air fern...

by Dreamerlady99 on January 25, 2012   |  FacebooktwitterTumblr


I'm bad at growing things. Flowers will not grow if I start them from seed, I've over watered my cactus, and the there's the air fern, which I don't think is technically a living plant, and I've "killed" it. It fell behind the dresser and it took me forever to get back there to get it, and it's looked crappy every since.

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