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Re: anthurium veitchii

In a message dated 1/31/1999 11:42:57 PM Eastern Standard Time,
wounddr@mail.mia.bellsouth.net writes:

> >where did you get the plant, how much, how big? I am interested in getting
>  one myself. Thanks
>  Richard>
>  >
i got one myself from tropiflora (tropiflora.com) in florida.  i think i
overpaid, it was $20 for a plant in a 3" pot.  i am not too happy about the
fact taht the post office lost the package and then they had to reship my
order but without hte Alocasia reversa, since they ran out of it by then...

tsuh yang chen, nyc

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