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That durn newsletter

I have to jump on the KAN wagon (kudos about newsletters).  I was happy to see the newsletter, I enjoyed reading it very much.

So put me down for next spring-  I'll check the secret Arisaema triphyllum spot I found last year, describe the conditions, and hopefully take a few pictures.  

When I found this spot last year (my dog dragged me thru the woods) I just couldn't believe how many were growing in one area.

And yes, I restrained myself from doing any collecting!

Susan Cooper

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