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#32 - tylosaurus ONLINE
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(06/13/2013) [-]
Dig up the ground
Bring it home, make it thrive
Boom.
#69 to #32 - sabcy
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(06/13/2013) [-]
aw, but you never know how large the roots are, unless your delicate, you could kill it out of shock
#70 to #69 - tylosaurus ONLINE
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(06/13/2013) [-]
It seemed to work fine with your cactus.
#73 to #70 - sabcy
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(06/13/2013) [-]
cacti have roots that go straight down for water, as long as you keep it watered it will keep it's roots short.
#75 to #73 - tylosaurus ONLINE
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(06/13/2013) [-]
and flowers are like trees.
#76 to #75 - sabcy
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(06/13/2013) [-]
flowers have a tendency to have their roots go in all directions, trees keep to the top for good part of their lifes
#79 to #76 - tylosaurus ONLINE
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(06/14/2013) [-]
Flowers tend to be small, even if their roots spread, they are still small.   
Or are you having specific flowers in mind?   
   
I'm not sure where you got your information, but trees are all over the place.
Flowers tend to be small, even if their roots spread, they are still small.
Or are you having specific flowers in mind?

I'm not sure where you got your information, but trees are all over the place.
#81 to #79 - sabcy
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(06/14/2013) [-]
but it's still on the top of the soil, whereas flowers have tendency to grow wildly, and interconnect their root system.
#83 to #81 - tylosaurus ONLINE
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(06/14/2013) [-]
Oh and flowers dig like 10 meters down into the soil?
#84 to #83 - sabcy
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(06/14/2013) [-]
all I meant to say is it's easy to misjudge how much soil you need to dig up, okay.
#86 to #84 - tylosaurus ONLINE
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(06/14/2013) [-]
Not if you dig up more than the diameter of a big flower pot.
Problem solved.
#88 to #86 - sabcy
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(06/14/2013) [-]
that is a lot of dirt to dig up, have fun.
#90 to #88 - tylosaurus ONLINE
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(06/14/2013) [-]
No it's not.
What kind of flowers do you intend to dig up? Mutated flowers?
#92 to #90 - sabcy
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(06/14/2013) [-]
big flower pots in arizona are made for sunflowers, small bushes and trees, and corn
#93 to #92 - tylosaurus ONLINE
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(06/14/2013) [-]
Interesting? The onyl flower I see there is the sunflower.
Which doesn't even have that big of a root system.

Now, pretty flowers. Daisies. Roses. Violets. Tulips.
Try some of those instead.
#95 to #93 - sabcy
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(06/14/2013) [-]
most of the flowers her come from bushes and tree(cacti are a tree by the way, with beautiful flowers), I mention corn because I couldn't think for a moment.
#96 to #95 - tylosaurus ONLINE
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(06/14/2013) [-]
Bushes aren't flowers.
Bushes can have flowers.
Cacti aren't flowers.
Cacti can have flowers.
#97 to #96 - sabcy
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(06/14/2013) [-]
we have flowers that grow in bushes, seriously, on grows right behind my house, and I was explaining the reason I said big flower pot is a lot of dirt.
#98 to #97 - tylosaurus ONLINE
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(06/14/2013) [-]
Okay, you're high.
I didn't say "The x large one"
Or "The biggest one"
I just said a big flower pot. Obviously, it's bigger than the small one which holds small flowers. A big one could hold, for example a really big sunflower.
Just, stop.
#254 to #98 - sabcy
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(06/14/2013) [-]
no, fairly large ones actually
#252 to #98 - sabcy
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(06/14/2013) [-]
no, it can have several trees in it. they're used for small plots
#253 to #252 - tylosaurus ONLINE
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You must be talking about very small trees.
#250 to #98 - sabcy
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(06/14/2013) [-]
not according to the store, they're "big"
#251 to #250 - tylosaurus ONLINE
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Obviously, the store doesn't know what difference there is between big and huge.

What do you call a pot that is huge then? Can it have a house in it?
#143 to #98 - sabcy
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(06/14/2013) [-]
and I said "big" flower pots around here are for trees and bushes, what;s the problem?
#249 to #143 - tylosaurus ONLINE
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No, that would be a huge flower pot.
Pretty sure "big" isn't "huge".