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  thanks for the seed!
From: hermine hermine at endangeredspecies.com> on 2003.01.19 at 08:32:41(9855)
I LOST THE ENVELOPE! but some kind soul sent me seed of Anchomanes
dalzielli and A. yunnanensis! and i wanted to say thanks, and i waited
hoping the envelope would show up in the mulch on my desk, but it did not,

SO THANK YOU!

hermine

From: Paul Tyerman ptyerman at ozemail.com.au> on 2003.01.20 at 02:16:45(9860)
At 08:32 19/01/03 -0800, you wrote:
>I LOST THE ENVELOPE! but some kind soul sent me seed of Anchomanes
>dalzielli and A. yunnanensis! and i wanted to say thanks, and i waited
>hoping the envelope would show up in the mulch on my desk, but it did not,
>

Hermine,

I think you have Wilbert to thank for those. I think a LOT of us have
Wilbert to thank for those .

I received the Anchomanes dalzellii and I'm patiently waiting for them to
put their little heads above ground. Waiting, Waiting, Waiting....

Last year I received seed from Wilbert of Am. lewallei and I have 4 little
plants growing along. One is dormant at the moment and I repotted, finding
a tuber about an inch wide with 5 growth points on it. Does anyone know if
this is normal for Am. lewallei? There looks like 2 points on the tuber,
plus three tiny tubers sitting on the outside, each with a tiny growth
point. I haven't messed with the otehrs to check but this was a nice
surprise to see it going so well. THANK YOU WILBERT!!

Cheers.

Paul Tyerman

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From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" hetter at worldonline.nl> on 2003.01.21 at 07:08:36(9862)
You're welcome! They were indeed from the Hetterscheid Collection of Alien
Plants......

Lord P.

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