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Old 11-16-2007, 01:01 PM
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Hey, my employer has a plant in her office that has just recently
bloomed for the first time. She was wondering if anyone knows under
what circumstances it will bloom. There is a picture at:


She also bought a red pepper for lunch the other day, and when she cut
it open she found this:


Any ideas on what might have caused that? She did cut into the green
part ( I think you can see the cut in the photo) and said it was
pretty much solid throughout.

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Old 11-21-2007, 12:41 AM
Sean Houtman
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Zephyresque <[Only registered users see links. ]> wrote in news:205b536c-f745-4f04-b716-
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The first image is a Calathea roseopicta, a member of the Maranta family,
they often have patterned leaves, and make good houseplants, but they
rarely flower outside of the rainforest.

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The second looks like a second fruit developing inside another, you see
them sometimes.


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