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Re: 'Self-heading' Philodendrons.
From: "Julius Boos" ju-bo at email.msn.com> on 2001.09.10 at 02:40:24(7438)|
I have written to Joep about the poss. of getting the Philo. seed, and I
will let you know if and when he replys, he lives pretty simply and under
crude conditions, so when his comp. goes crook it may be a while before he
gets it going again! When it is up perhaps you may get in contact w/ him
and you can exchange your want list with the list of rare stuff he can and
Did`nt know that Brom`s were a big thing your way! I like some of the
'wild' pineapples, and have three sps here, nice little buggers.
Keep in touch!
>>Another nice really big Bromeliad would be Vriesea, now changed to|
I have asked a few of my Brazil bromeliad contacts to look out for Aroids in
Bromeliads when out on trips .
No luck yet , but have got some fantastic Vriesea spp.
and lots on different Aechmea that are new to me .
We probably have twice as many Bromeliads as Aroids !
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