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Re: Anthurium splendidum

In a message dated 4/1/00 9:19:52 AM Central Standard Time,
hermine@endangeredspecies.com writes:

<< but i will be dammed before i give him any credit. i think i will call him
 tomorrow and tell him that! >>
Oh, now, give the kid credit where credit is due. He did wondrous things in
that tiny greenhouse he had. I have never seen anyone grow so many things so
well in such a small space. A wonderful example of what can be if one is
willing and able as you say to be in and out and checking and watching and
changing and praying on a moment to moment basis. You must admit, he deserves
that much credit. Perhaps a bit a--l retentive, but the end product was
indeed quite remarkable.


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