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Arum byzantinum and A. lucanum

  • Subject: Arum byzantinum and A. lucanum
  • From: "A. L. Clement" <al.clement@planet.nl>
  • Date: Mon, 10 Jun 2002 13:39:07 -0500 (CDT)

Dear all

I have about 20 different Arum species, but I am still looking for Arum
byzantium and A. lucanum. The are in cultivation but I am unable to obtain
tubers or seeds of these species.
I would be very interested if somebody has some spare tubers, I have a few
tubers of other Arum, Biarum and Arisaema species to trade with. If you are
interested please contact me and maybe we can arrange a trade.

With best wishes,
Arno Clement

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