What kind of plant is this

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snipped-for-privacy@netscape.net (paghat) wrote in (Iris Cohen) wrote:

According to _Nature's Dark Mythology_ by Gordson de Brayns, it's not a plant, it's a dormant manifestation of the cucurbit equivalent of the grim reaper. If you perform the proper divination rite, you will see that the orange bucket is actually a rotting pumpkin. In any case, the owner had best not harm the "plant" lest he wishes to be latter bludgeoned to death by a mob of overwhelmed zucchini growers.
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snipped-for-privacy@aol.com (Iris Cohen) wrote:

The big orange container is about as useful as the rest of the information - Not Very Much
The term needle usually refers to conifers or TROLLS (that is what trolls do), not cactus which have spines or thorns.
Plants are not normally considered to have arms, but rather stems and branches.
Footballs don't have a (singular) diameter unless you don't live in the USA.
Saguaro cactus (Cereus giganteus) are illegal to dig up but you can buy seed and raise your own in big (very big) orange containers.
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