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Hello everyone,
Just wanted to say a quick hello and introduction. I joined up a couple weeks back. I am pleasantly surprised to see many familiar faces/names on this list.
I've been growing Philodendrons, Monsteras, and some other misc. aroids for a long time, but am fairly new to most other aroids. I've got a couple of Sauromatums and Amorph. konjac, and have developed an interest in learning more about Amorphophallus. I plan on getting a few more this year.
I grow a large number of other plants too-succulents, cacti, orchids, epiphyllums, carnivorous plants, Worsleya procera, and I'm sure others I can't remember at the moment. I live in northern California near Sacramento.
Looking forward to learning a lot from all of you. :-)


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