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copper penny in the bottom of a vase

updated wed 21 apr 04

 

Patrick Bodine on thu 15 apr 04


Good luck in finding a copper penny!!!!!!!! All pennies these days are
clad in a small amount of copper on a base metal. That little bit of copper will
not last hardly any time. Sorry!
Happy potting.... Patrick

Melora Ly on tue 20 apr 04


Patrick Bodine wrote:Good luck in finding a copper penny!!!!!!!! All pennies these days are
clad in a small amount of copper on a base metal. That little bit of copper will
not last hardly any time. Sorry!
Happy potting.... Patrick

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Rikki Gill on tue 20 apr 04


If you put a copper penny, even a new, low copper penny, in a vase with
tulips, the tulips will remain straight and not bend over as much or as
quickly as without the penny. It probably doesn't take much copper to
acheive this.
Best, Rikki Gill
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Subject: Re: copper penny in the bottom of a vase


Patrick Bodine wrote:Good luck in finding a copper
penny!!!!!!!! All pennies these days are
clad in a small amount of copper on a base metal. That little bit of copper
will
not last hardly any time. Sorry!
Happy potting.... Patrick

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