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From: Walter Turner <wvturner at gmail.com> on 2009.08.21 at 07:29:51(19793)

I have a dark beige thumb and grow only a few indestructibles in an apartment:

Dieffenbachia, Zamioculcas, Aglaonema, Monstera.
Not a member of the Society.

Walter Turner, Wuppertal, North-Rhine-Westphalia, Germany



From: Henning <aroidman at gmail.com> on 2009.08.23 at 17:53:15(19828)
I´ve joined Aroid-l just recently and live in Gothenburg, Sweden. I
grow app. 20 spp of Amorphophallus in my apartment on a hobby level
and some other aroid genera as well. I´ve been an employeé of the
Gothenburg Botanical Garden for the past ten years where my field of
work consists of raising and propagating woody plants at our nursery
(where I also grow quite a few Arisaemas as well). I would also be
very interested in the searchable PDF-file of the Aroid-l archives.

Regards/ Henning Pettersson

From: "Tom Croat" <Thomas.Croat at mobot.org> on 2009.08.25 at 01:42:31(19851)
Dear Henning:

Thanks for joining the Aroid-L group. What a fantastic garden that you wor k in. I was there last summer for a day but could have spent a week there. It is so rich in species and so beautiful. Keep up the good work!


From: willowpro at aol.com on 2009.08.27 at 18:11:28(19862)

I am Devan Parker from Massachusetts.

I am mainly interested in Amorphophallus. I obtained A. konjac a year ago then started to research other Amorphs and their fascinating flower structures hooked me. I would like to obtain more Amorph species (preferably as seeds) and maybe other species. I have not joined IAS yet but am enjoying this group.

Amorphophallus species:



From: michael kolaczewski <mjkolaffhbc at sbcglobal.net> on 2009.08.29 at 03:27:55(19864)
Michael Kolaczewski

Elgin, IL USA

( 40 miles northwest of Chicago)



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