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Re: Species suited to a water wall

Yep mike, really cool (yuk,yuk, pun). I forgot Lepanthes in my list in my last msg. I deal with 2 things that kill these little jewels in central New Jersey - July and August. I'm sure many of you out there have the same experience with certain Anthuriums and other aroids. My sprouting Arisaema speciosum outdoors just turned to mush with the string of 90F+ days we just had.
Mike, you in GNYOS? bonaventure@optonline.net
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