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Re: Any Good Aroids Nurseries in California?

Hi George,

I wish there were some nurseries I could recommend (and I've looked  
everywhere), but I think you will find the east coast (as in Florida)  
to have any nurseries replete with aroids. Succulent plants seem to  
rule on the west coast.

While you're in the Bay Area, though, UC Berkeley's Botanical Garden  
will have their spring sale on the 26th and 27th where they usually  
have some aroids for sale (but no match for the IAS Show). Be aware  
that parking and traffic can be quite a nightmare Saturday morning!  
Take the bus or come really early if you want come to this.


They also have some aroids in their Tropical House which is worth a  

I would recommend San Francisco's Conservatory of Flowers to also see  
(a few) aroids. Of note is their 100 year old philodendron speciosum  
which is literally a tall tree. To my dismay, I was informed that most  
of their philodendron collection was shipped away, so you won't really  
find many there anymore. But there are other nice tropicals to view.


In the LA area, I very highly recommend visiting The Huntington. They  
have a new, state of the art conservatory with some fine large aroids.  
If you have any interest in succulent plants, you cannot miss their  
Desert Garden--one of the best I've ever seen and truly immersive.


Hope this information is helpful. Have a good trip.

Tom Vincze

> Hello everyone,
> I will be in the San Francisco Bay area April 25 to 30 and in the LA
> area May 13 to 20. Any good aroids nurseries to visit there?
> George Yao
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