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Re: travels to England, Scotland, and Holland

Thanks, I will be going to the Edinburgh Botanic Garden and will attempt to
get to Utrecht.  Would you have a suggestion about contacting the private
collection locatin in Belgium.  Thanks Norm Kalbfleisch
-----Original Message-----
From: George R Stilwell, Jr. <grsjr@juno.com>
To: kalbmatt@msn.com <kalbmatt@msn.com>
Date: Sunday, April 04, 1999 6:55 PM
Subject: Re: travels to England, Scotland, and Holland

>Try   UNIVERSITY of Utrecht Botanic Gardens,  PO Box 80.162, NL-3508 TD
>Utrecht, The Netherlands.
>They are members of AEG, Arisaema Enthusiasts Group, and have an
>extensive collection.
>There is a superb private collection in Belgium, and in Scotland the
>Edinburgh Botanic Garden has a great collection.
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