August Meeting

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halak
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Re: August Meeting

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We will need desserts (Arlene?) and drinks (Josh?) for about 10 people. Those who indicated that they will come will have first dibs on the food.
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I'll be there, might bring some equipment to auction or give away. I will bring my mask, looking forward to seeing everyone.
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I can bring the following for free on two conditions. One, you have to be at the picnic, and two, you will have to pretend to be happy to see me.

pure endlers
panda guppies
Xenophallus umbratilis fry

Najas grass
regular vallisneria
Vallisneria nana
Crypt. pontederiifolia
Hemianthus glomeratus
Echinodorus 'Kleiner Prinz'
Ludwigia repens (emersed)
Ceratophyllum demersum
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I also have some trees available if anyone is interested. No they are not aquatic nor will they fit in your tank.

American holly
Japanese tree lilac
Crape Myrtle
China Fir
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I'll be there with a corn and bean salad. Perhaps some dwarf sagittaria.
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I can bring the two types of substrate GWAPA has if anyone wants to buy some. We have:

16 bags of Platinum soil $30 each
4 bags of Eco-Complete 20 lb $15 each
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Tim...what color is the crepe myrtle?

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Kind of a lavender or pinkish purple. We have a huge one and these are seedlings
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Tim_Koles wrote: Mon Aug 23, 2021 9:41 am Kind of a lavender or pinkish purple. We have a huge one and these are seedlings
I’m guessing one of the Oklahoma tribal name series bred by Don Egolf of the National Arboretum, since they are more winter hardy.
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Could be. It predates us on the property and is one of the biggest I have seen.
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