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Re: Please tell us where you are

  • Subject: Re: Please tell us where you are
  • From: Mark Pajak <markpajak@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 26 Aug 2009 22:55:07 +0100

I am in Bristol, England.

I have just returned from holiday having read Vol 17 of Aroideana on the plane - Two marvellous accounts of searching for Amorphophallus titanum, the perfect antedote for turbulance!
I have several Amorphophallus spp, Dracunculus, Sauromatum and also really like Monsteras and Philodendron bipinnatifidium. I try to keep a blog updated of my botanical persuits: http://www.markpajak.co.uk/mp/?cat=3

I became totally hooked this year after my Dracunculus bulb flowered. I would likwe to know more about overwintering techniques as in the uk I shall probably have to bring the bulbs in and keep an eye out for rot.

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