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[aroid-l] Fwd: Interested in Anthuriums

  • Subject: [aroid-l] Fwd: Interested in Anthuriums
  • From: <amh@ieee.org>
  • Date: Tue, 20 Apr 2004 15:18:14 -0700


I have received the query below. I have directed him to the list, but meanwhile - anyone want to help out our Australian friend?


--- Adrian W <szage@hotmail.com> wrote:
From: "Adrian W" <szage@hotmail.com>
To: <balberth@yahoo.com>
Subject: Interested in Anthuriums
Date: Wed, 21 Apr 2004 05:53:08 +0800

Hi there,
My name is Adrian and I stumbled across your IAS website when I was
trying to find rare Anthuriums in Australia. I was wondering if you
could be so kind as to inform me of any one in Australia that might
this beautiful plant (known as anthurium 'midori' or 'benicito') - the
flower is a distinct green in color. I'm very interested in this
particular anthurium and for me, money is no object. Thank you for
time and cooperation.

Kind regards,

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