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No Spaths here
From: Susan Cooper coops at execpc.com> on 2001.05.31 at 03:19:36(6633)|
Nope, no Spaths. And only a few Arisaema, Alocasia (barely alive),
Dracontium & Anchomanes. Many unknowns. Many peanuts in my planters from
those dang squirrels!
Mostly Amorphophallus, the finest, best looking, most intelligent, and best|
driver of any plants I know! (oops, got carried away there). No
Anthuriums, either (shhh about that, I might get booted out of the IAS)
Yes, I am an odd one!
Maybe I should start an Aroid advice column. Lord P could help!
If anyone has any Aroid questions, my advice is: dump it out and get some
Amorphophallus! heeeheeee(And lets not go down that road again- what is the
plural of Amorpho?!)
Seriously, just because I only have my favorites doesn't mean I can't
admire the other, (lesser) Aroids. And I'm sure we're all like that.
Aroids are fascinating in their diversity!
At 08:17 PM 5/30/01 -0500, you wrote:
>Dear Susan, (Sounds title of an English Film or a letter to an newspaper
>What NO Spaths at all?
>Ron - Word Cobra
From: "Michael Pascall" mickpascall at hotmail.com> on 2001.05.31 at 13:21:56(6637)|
Sue ,If you only have Amorphophallus species , that means you do not have
any plants to play with when they go dormant !
Ron , we do not have very many different Spaths here , and the ones we do
have do not like this dry season .
Not one drop of rain all month !!
Michael Pascall,Curator,WHYANBEEL ARBORETUM,F.N.Q,AUSTRALIA
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From: "Cooper, Susan L." SLCooper at scj.com> on 2001.06.01 at 00:00:27(6652)|
Not all my plants went dormant. And during the winter I stare at the
tubers, and rearrange them, and... ooh, I need to get a life. I also have
carnivorous, clivia, aristolchia, cactus, brugmansia, soon worsleya, and
others to try and keep alive in winter.
That Michael. Either he is drowning in rain or in a drought. Ron, if I EVER
come across a spath, it will be on it's way to the auld land! And maybe
have a few tubers hidden in the soil, kyuck, yuck.
So what are the rules on sending plants to Ireland? Do I need a
phytosanitary certificate? I've never gotten one, wouldn't know how,
although I know it is in the archives of Aroid-L
From: Piabinha at aol.com on 2001.06.01 at 03:32:44(6657)|
well, as if this discussion hadn't deteriorated into OT long ago... so i'm
finally labelling it so...
susan, where did you get your Worsleya?
tsuh yang chen, nyc, USA
From: "Ron Iles" roniles at eircom.net> on 2001.06.13 at 15:01:43(6702)|
Thank you Susan!
If you should get ANY unusual Spaths, please let me know as kindest friends
in the Americas are acting as "centralising points" so that now & again a
decent parcel of plants can be sent with a phyto in one air parcel to
Ireland. I am trying to get an "open permit" to allow all plants WITH
phyto certs in automatically, and SOME without to be inspected on site at
intervals as I did in UK. I will know in July!
You are kind
----- Original Message -----|
To: "Multiple recipients of list AROID-L"
Sent: Friday, June 01, 2001 1:00 AM
Subject: RE: No Spaths here
| Not all my plants went dormant. And during the winter I stare at the
| tubers, and rearrange them, and... ooh, I need to get a life. I also have
| carnivorous, clivia, aristolchia, cactus, brugmansia, soon worsleya, and
| others to try and keep alive in winter.
| That Michael. Either he is drowning in rain or in a drought. Ron, if I
| come across a spath, it will be on it's way to the auld land! And maybe
| have a few tubers hidden in the soil, kyuck, yuck.
| So what are the rules on sending plants to Ireland? Do I need a
| phytosanitary certificate? I've never gotten one, wouldn't know how,
| although I know it is in the archives of Aroid-L
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