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    this could save you some time






    This self-watering plant pot's main feature is a
    medical drip feed. This unique characteristic allows
    the plant to be nourished with water and food as it
    is required. The drip feed provides a striking design
    focus as well as acting as a reminder to its owner as
    to when it needs topping up.

    (Height of pot= 27cm x diameter of base= 45cm)

    149.50 GBP

    http://www.vitaminliving.com/shop/iv.php

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    Neat design, would be funny to see it in hospital rooms..
    Doctor accidently mistakes the plant's IV drip for the patients.

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    Hmm interesting, finally you have something to do when you are in the hospital not just watching TV. lol ^_^

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    Quote Originally Posted by spenz
    Hmm interesting, finally you have something to do when you are in the hospital not just watching TV. lol ^_^
    In most of the Dutch hospitals, patents can borrow a laptop and connect to their super fast T3+++ connection.

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    Hydroponics will rule the world,
    Are they trying to teach us methods of survival in preparation of an event?
    The idiosyncratic syntax of riddles interests me

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    of course, while you sleep you could drip Newcastle brown ale into your mouth

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    Quote Originally Posted by thewizeard
    Quote Originally Posted by spenz
    Hmm interesting, finally you have something to do when you are in the hospital not just watching TV. lol ^_^
    In most of the Dutch hospitals, patents can borrow a laptop and connect to their super fast T3+++ connection.
    Good to hear! In our country, hospitals offers no internet access, so we have tough it out old school way. Watch TV and chat with beautiful nurses. Luckily, people here is usually very caring, relatives usually visits non stop. ^_^

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