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my trip in Zurich

  • Subject: my trip in Zurich
  • From: "Famille FERRY" <jpcferry2@wanadoo.fr>
  • Date: Fri, 25 Apr 2008 18:57:00 +0200

Hello ,
I  went to visit the botanical garden of Zurich in Switzerland yesterday  and I met Rene Stalder. René greatly appreciates the Ariesema and Amorphophallus. He is a member of I. A.S.  He may be the only Switzerland who is a member of IAS.  He gave to the botanical garden of Nancy Amorphophallus hewittii and A. gigas. I want to share with everyone, this first encounter because  I. A. S. is the bond that unites us.
Here is a photo of greenhouse botanical garden of Zurich.
René , thank you for your kindness .
Cordialy ,
Geneviève Ferry


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