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From: crat at cris.com on 1997.01.03 at 03:49:37(42)|
MJ Hatfield wrote:
> Ahh, aroids are becoming more mainstream.
> The Parks Countryside Gardens has:
> Amorphophallus bulbifera, which looks like A.konjac, but then I
> haven't seed an A.bulbifer bloom yet
> And Wayside Gardens, A Gardener's Treasury, has:
> Arisaema candidissimum for only $39.95
> Arum italicum 'Pictum' for only $14.95
Mellinger's 1977 Garden catalog just arrived this week with listings for
Sauromatum guttatum, Amorphophallus bulbifer, Sarracenia purpurea,
several callas (no species listed), Asarum candense, and Arisaema
triphyllum. (There were also a number of gingers for those who follow
that sort of thing .) None were at the outrageous prices of Wayside,
e.g. A. triphyllum and A. candense were $5.75 each and the S. gutattum
Definitly looks like a trend to me. I would be interested in hearing of|
experiences with this company before I order from them.
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