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Re: World Aroid Club?

  • Subject: Re: World Aroid Club?
  • From: Peter Wunderlin <pmdes@iafrica.com>
  • Date: Mon, 16 Jul 2001 14:43:30 -0500 (CDT)

World Aroid club
yes, sounds good
Would there be some sort of a way to buy interesting aroids.
I live in South Africa and beside the normal phildendrons and the more
ordinary plants like Zantedeschia  there is not much available here.
Give me moredetails of how this club would be structured and what it could

----- Original Message -----
From: Ron Iles <roniles@eircom.net>
To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <aroid-l@mobot.org>
Sent: Monday, July 16, 2001 6:38 PM
Subject: World Aroid Club?

> What's the next carousel?
> Anything funny happened on the way to the Show?
> Tell you what!
> On the 16th July, one Member in France is still waiting for his
> Any auction bids on that?
> Don't despair!   I hope to have News 23(2) ready for Jill our Graphics
> Editor to apply graffiti on 24th or 25th of.....July.   So maybe our Inuit
> Members will get their 23(2) direct before 23(1)?  You just gotta laugh
> you'd surely crock.   The Web Site "Show" Page is waiting final details
> before posting.
> The magnificent "Living Rain Forest" in UK is interested in buying, &
> exchanging spectacular aroid species which do grow theirselves big.    I
> have now persecuted them into joining the World Aroid Club.   (All the
> properly named plants you every dreamed about may be there where I'm now
> plotting....).
> What do Members think about having a World Aroid Club?
> Spathcobra

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