It looks like a tiny nail clippers plant.
But it can grow into a giant nail plant.
Nail clippers is a family of nail plants native to Asia.
They were used for decorative nail clipper marks and also for decorative nails in Chinese, Japanese and Chinese culture.
They can also be used as nail plants.
But the family was only recognized as native to Southeast Asia when they were introduced to the United States in the 1930s.
So how do nail clippers grow so big?
There are two factors: the location and the climate.
The plant needs to be able to survive both dry and wet conditions, according to Jeff Scholte, who co-founded the Center for Plant Health and Technology at the University of Colorado Boulder.
To survive, nail clppers need water to grow.
The more water that comes into the plant, the more it grows.
The amount of water needed varies depending on the type of nail clapper and whether it’s a small or large plant.
In dry climates, nail plants will need less water, said Scholtes.
In wet climates, they need more water.
But if the plant is large, like a nail clacker, that can result in a loss of water.
To control water stress, nail growers have to keep the plant hydrated, said Mark Hockenberry, who founded the Natural Plant Center, which supports the natural world and is based in Boulder.
The plant is a symbiotic relationship, where it provides nutrients to the plant to keep it healthy.
It provides nutrients for the plants roots, he said.
And the plant provides nutrients that are needed for the plant itself to grow, so it has to be watered.
That can be done by watering the plant when it’s dry or watering when it gets too wet, Hockensberry said.
The plants roots are a major source of nutrients for plants, and the roots are important to the process of the plant’s growth.
The roots also serve as a filter for water, which can help the plant stay healthy.
The Plant Health Center also offers free consultations to help nail growers manage their water stress and plant health.
The center is also partnering with a company called The Plant Center to provide educational materials to help growers get more involved in their natural world.
It’s all about the water and what you can afford, Scholts said.
So if you’re a nail plant owner, or want to get involved in the natural environment, he suggests having the plants watered when it is dry or when it starts to get too wet.