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Trading and giving.

Hello this is Brian Williams. I would like to know if any one is interested 
in trading aroids? I know their are a lot of never nice collections among you 
all. It seems hard to get a lot of people to trade. We should set up a trade 
list or some sort of way to make trading some of these rare hard to get 
aroids easier for new comers like me. I know some people are not ready to 
grow some plants which are hard to grow. But I am finding myself bugging 
people for their plants which no nursery carries.LOL

I know a few collectors like Julius and Dewey who notices my love for these 
aroids and gave me extras. They seem to be only a few who will sell or give 
from their rare collections? Is their any others? 

Would love to hear more on a trading list or a way to show what we all have 
extra for trade or sale!!

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