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Re: advice please

>Date: Sun, 16 Apr 2000 09:13:37 -0500 (CDT)
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>Subject: Re: advice please
>I'm sure that you have seen the Bumper Sticker here in S. Fla. that
>reads.... "So Many Species, So Little Time"....  Well, I have just finished
>repotting the Amorph. Collection.  Used over 200 cu. ft. of potting
>media...  All hand mixed....  Now, to start on the 200 species of Anth.,
>150 species of Philo. and a hundred or so other species...  It now takes
>two of us to maintain the collection and one of us in 90 years young and
>the other feels over 100....  So, just too many species....  Can't grow
>them all....
>If you will send a photo of your Arisaema to <lkallus@eatthlink.com>,
>Lester will put it on the IAS Web Site ID Page and I am sure that you will
>get some responses....
>Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
>Your Source for Tropical Araceae
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