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From: "Peter Boyce" <P.Boyce at lion.rbgkew.org.uk> on 1997.10.09 at 18:44:04(1415)
Dear All

Just a few lines to say a big thank you to all the folks who made
Gill and I's trip to the US so splendid. Everyone we met was
wonderfully welcoming and made us feel like one of the family.

Additionally, I'd like to thank the following folks in particular;
either for their super hospitality while staying in their lovely
homes or for great lunches, dinners and beer or for just being such
great company.

Tom & Pat Croat
Dick & Joyce Mansell
Petra & John Malesevich
Ron Detterman (maybe not on aroid-l)
Ron Gagliardo (ditto)
Donna Atwood (ditto??)
Dewey Fisk
Tricia Frank
Ron Weeks (Ron's not on email; please can someone say 'thanks' to him
in passing)
Reggie Whitehead (Reggie, the plant food DOES work........)



From: Brian Williams pugturd at alltel.net> on 2006.01.12 at 09:11:36(13678)
Thanks a lot everyone and thanks you Derek for the tip. I was removing
the lids halfway and it was becoming to dry two quick. The plastic bag
idea should do well. I hope most make it I have a few thousand coming a
From: egoldfluss at aol.com on 2009.05.16 at 15:05:29(19328)
I want to thank those of you who responded to my request for assistance with A, scherzerianum. I have two coming and I will grow them differently to see how they respond. I'm going to pot the first in pure redwood bark chips and the second in a lava rock sphagnum mix. As I live in Birmingham, Alabama and do not have a greenhouse or evaporative cooling system I'll grow them indoors so they won't be subjected to the 100 degree summer temperatures. There's not much I can do about giving them an overnight temperature drop.

If I have any success I'll report it so that others may enjoy this plant if they so desire.

Best regards,

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