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arwen

  • Date JoinedMar 13, 2005
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Orangeboard

Flumpkins6 years ago
You've been a member since 2005 and you only wrote 37 comments? I've been a member since April (2008) and I have like 240 something comments
ha, ive been a member since july, and i almost have 3000 comments!
Make that 7208. 
No offence... but do you ever go outside?
yeah, daily. either skateboarding or school, or something else
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coolz Flumpkins6 years ago
well....... we havent seen him at all anyway
First ible ever eh........ that's a good title to have eh =]
you made the first ible eva!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
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Metal4God7 years ago
wow you have the first insructable
I don't know what this board is for, but I'm looking for a way to contact you to ask about rooting. I wanted to know where you advise leaving to pot while rooting? Should it be in the shade or sun? In or out? Thanks!
arwen (author)  Sebastian Tonic7 years ago
Sorry, just noticed this! Definitely leave the pot in shade. Bright, indirect light is preferable. You don't want to stress the cutting, so keep it pretty neutral. Not too light, not too dark, not too hot, not too cold:-) Hope that's helpful!