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Re: Any Peru sources? and also Ecuador Trip

  • Subject: Re: Any Peru sources? and also Ecuador Trip
  • From: "Elizabeth Campbell" <desinadora@mail2designer.com>
  • Date: Thu, 28 Jul 2011 16:24:25 -0700

Dan - I'm not sure on that genus specifically, but a lot of the Amaryllidaceae (and particularly Ecuadorian and Peruvian endemics) are grown here for cut flowers so it's certainly possible. I can ask around the flower growers and see what I turn up - my friend Marco will almost certainly know if anybody does.


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