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  Pics of Aroid show?
From: "Jeff Rosenstiel" <jjjj4 at comcast.net> on 2004.10.31 at 05:30:01(12329)
Hey Everyone
Does anyone have any pics of this years show?
Missed this years, And have not really heard how it went?
Passed this year due to the weather,
Always look forward to seeing/hearing about it

From: Scott Hyndman <hyndman at aroid.org> on 2004.11.01 at 19:09:54(12330)

We missed you at the show this year. The weather was fine in Miami between the hurricanes. You can see some of the pictures from the show on Lester Kallus' WebShots site at


From: Rosalind Gold <rozgold at pacbell.net> on 2004.11.03 at 21:33:34(12338)
Hi folks!

I not only enjoyed the pictures of the show, but I got completely distracted by the other great pictures on Lester Kallus' site. Just a few questions:

1) Where was the very first picture in the "Brian Williams" album taken? Is that a park, a garden, a hotel, some place else?

2) Does the Chatachuk Market usually have such an amazing variety of plants? I'm ready to hop on an airplane right now, if I could figure a relatively easy way to take some of those aglaonemas home with me.

From: agrsuw at ku.ac.th on 2004.11.03 at 22:36:03(12339)
Dear Roz,

Chatujak market has various kinds of amazing plants as well as many outlet of

From: "Peter Boyce" <peterboyce at myjaring.net> on 2004.11.03 at 22:38:30(12340)
Hi Roz

Chatucak is amazing and worth the visit. Even better is Attaporn market (on
the other side of the road running parallel to the main market and open

Exporting plants legally from Thailand isn't too difficult. The folks in
the Plant Quarantine office at Don Muang (Bangkok) airport are really helpful in
pointing you in the right direction for the paperwork. Permits (phytos only for
exporting nursery-bought plants) generally take a week.


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