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Category: nature

10/25/08 11:55 - ID#46319

Green Thumb

I got a couple cute little house plants to take to work. They're all marked as tolerant of low light, so hopefully they'll do OK. I got a plant light just in case, but I'm not sure how to set it up so it won't put too much light on them. I think I'm going to set a timer so it lights them up for a couple hours every morning.

Does anyone have any recommendations on low light plants species to get? I'm always on the look out, and would love to fill my cube up :)

Also, does anyone know where I can by some simple, plain, but not ass ugly plant stands that would be neutral enough to look OK in an office? Target and Home Depot don't seem to sell them. Metal or wood is OK.
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Category: nature

07/29/07 05:10 - ID#40296

Camping Recommendations

Does anyone know of anywhere to camp within a few hours of Buffalo that:

1. Allows dogs at the camp site
2. Isn't too crazy packed

We're thinking of going away for a day or two next weekend, but are stumped.
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