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Here in Ireland, spring is just about to spring, & sap already rises in anticipation.   MANY Peace Lily species now bloom deliriously in Tara.  This joint is jumpin.
SOH, wot NOOS of new Spathiphyllum PLEASE.  Has anybody gor MINI or SILVER STREAK, "CALI"  & will the "REAL" S. "clevelandii" as per Monroe Birdsey "Cultivated Aroids" stand up please?  Also ANY unusual Spathiphyllum Section Amomophyllum please, pay in gold dust or exchange for other far less interesting Aroids.
With a following wind, & with your help, a REALLY BIG Newsletter will get to Members on or around 31st March (Easter here).  Brace yourselves.
Ronazstrukbak agayn.  Tuff.  

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