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Re: edible Anthuriums

Hi Michael,
It's Dany from Belgium
Please if you have seed of alocasia,don't eat all and let some for me!
More seriously,how are you?I wish well.Have you had the opportunity to find
some alocasia species for me ?Thanks to let me know.
Can you please also write me the name of the fruits that we had eating  in
I really may be happy to know
Thanks for your reply

-----Message d'origine-----
De : Michael Pascall <mickpascall@hotmail.com>
À : bs246466@skynet.be <bs246466@skynet.be>
Date : lundi 20 décembre 1999 17:00
Objet : edible Anthuriums

>A few years ago ,while picking the ripe berrys from a A.podophyllum,I
>one,and it was delicous!Since I have tasted many different Anth.
>unpleasant,some tastless, but none as tasty as my first one!
>Michael Pascall, Curator , Whyanbeel Arboretum.
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