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Re: newsletter

In a message dated 12/13/1999 11:46:49 AM US Eastern Standard Time, 
magrysbo@shu.edu writes:

<< I don't grow many non-bulbous, non-temperate aroids beside Calocasia and
 Amorphophallus (bulbous), but if it is welcome I could submit extensive
 observations on Arisaema.
 Bonaventure W. Magrys
 Elizabeth, NJ
 US zone 6 >>

Those of us who live in areas where most of what we grow are hardy aroids 
(Arisaema) would love to see an article (or growing tips) on Arisaema.  I 
hope you will also post them to Arisaema-L, because I do not think everyone 
on that list is also a member of Aroid-L.

Jeanne Hannah
Traverse City, MI 
USDA Zone 5b

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