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Were to get aroids.

Hello this is Brian Williams. I hope everyone is having a good Christmas. My 
Christmas was white. We got 5 inches of snow on Christmas Eve. Well, now that 
I cannot get any plants shipped to me for a while. I would like to know were 
is the best places to get aroids. I have bought from Dewey and Glasshouse. 
These seem to be the only two major place to get aroids. Besides a few nurses 
that offer just a few. If anyone knows of a great source please let me know. 
I am also looking for a phone number to John Burdy Exotics. Which I hear 
carries aroids does anyone know the number or how to reach them? THANKS hope 
to hear form you.

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