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(Metro)   Atacama t'ikay   (metro.co.uk) divider line
    More: Spiffy, Desert, Water, Biologist Andrea Loaiza, Precipitation, species of plant, Rain, Plant, Biologist Cesar Pizarro  
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2021-10-25 12:37:32 AM  
Subby's mom dye'd her bush purple?
 
2021-10-25 12:43:14 AM  
Pretty!
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2021-10-25 1:28:16 AM  
And yet I'd somehow still manage to kill it.
 
2021-10-25 1:33:59 AM  

Sum Dum Gai: And yet I'd somehow still manage to kill it.


I'll wager a guess that most people would over water those species.
 
2021-10-25 1:40:43 AM  
No, this a comma   ,
 
2021-10-25 2:06:18 AM  
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2021-10-25 2:13:26 AM  
An article about millions of beautiful purple flowers in the desert, and it never once mentioned the common or scientific name of the blooming plant? WTF!?
 
2021-10-25 2:16:09 AM  
The Atacama is an amazing place.  So much to do and see that you just won't find anywhere else.  Should be on everyone's bucket list.
 
2021-10-25 11:42:19 AM  

jaivirtualcard: Subby's mom dye'd her bush purple?


I think that bush gets 'watered' too much to call it a desert
 
2021-10-25 3:16:09 PM  
This is how horror movies start, but let's just ignore that and comment on the pretty colors.
 
2021-10-25 7:37:26 PM  
I've been to the Atacama to observe several times and have never been there at the right time to see this, I would love to have the chance to see these flowers bloom
 
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