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what is AEG?
From: CDANIELLE <cdanielle at prodigy.net> on 1997.07.20 at 15:36:12(975)|
What is AEG? I allready asked once but I guess my question was like a
piece of lint on the fabric being woven by the Aroid-L vs. AEG thread,
so it got brushed off. Seriously though, I'm curious and I couldn't find
it on the web.
From: Diana Reeck <dianar at teleport.com> on 1997.07.21 at 01:18:43(976)|
At 10:36 AM 7/20/97 -0500, you wrote:
>What is AEG? I allready asked once but I guess my question was like a
>piece of lint on the fabric being woven by the Aroid-L vs. AEG thread,
>so it got brushed off. Seriously though, I'm curious and I couldn't find
>it on the web.
>Are your sure that it isn't ABG. "Anything But Green" the variegated plant
Diana Reeck/Bill Janssen
16804 NE 102nd Ave., Battle Ground, WA 98604 USA
From: grsjr at juno.com (george r stilwell, jr.) on 1997.07.21 at 01:26:52(977)|
Lightning toasted my computer so I couldn't reply to your question. I
still can't give you all the details because I don't have the files on
this borrowed machine.
AEG is an organization for people especially interested In Arisaema. Thus
the name Arisaema Enthusiasts Group. AEG publishes information on
Arisaema, supports the Arisaema web page, does a seed distribution twice
a year, and is supported by voluntary contributions from the members. AEG
also runs a discussion list for members called Arisaema-L.
From: "James W. Waddick" <jim-jim at swbell.net> on 1997.07.21 at 12:55:21(978)|
AEG is the Arisaema Enthusiast's GRoup. Their email address is :
Although nominally centered on the genus Arisaema, they are open to|
discussing any number of hardy aroids.
I am sending you by private email the particulars about join in the
Diana Reeck (a wonderfully enthiusiastic variegated plant 'nut')
energetically or Freudian slip-wise thought you wre referring to ABG which
is "Anything But Green". This is a loose association of about 100 people
around the US and a few foreign members who are growers and lovers of
yellow, bronze and variegated foliage plants. I am currently editing the
Newsletter which comes out three time per year ($10/yr). This issue is 28
page on eveything from Variegated Annuals to Diana's story aboiut finding a
variegated Smilacina and a trip to "Terra Variegata" (Japanese rare plant
nurseries). Send me private email on how to join our group if interested.
By the way only 1 variegated aroid made it into this issue, but they are
To add to the enjoyment of woodland aroids, there is also a new
email list called Trillium -L which is centered on Trilliums, but enjoy
discussion of woodlanders including an ocassinal item on Arisaema. You
might try writing them at:
And there's probably much more.
Enjoy the variety. Jim W.
James W. Waddick Voice: 816 746 1949
8871 NW Brostrom Rd E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
Kansas City MO 64152 Fax: 816 746 1939
Zone 5/6 -
Winter low -10°F
Summer high +100°F
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