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Re: [aroid-l] Help

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Help
  • From: "George R. Stilwell, Jr." <GRSJr@worldnet.att.net>
  • Date: Wed, 16 Jun 2004 06:36:22 -0400


I have 40 pictures of Zantedeschia that I've stolen from the web. There are
10 of species and the rest are hybrids, They range in size from 8Kb to 102Kb.

Some of the smaller ones are labeled nicely.
You're welcome to any you'd like.


At 09:17 PM 6/15/2004 -0500, you wrote:

Having volunteered to do an educational display on Aroids for gardeners and
the public, I figured 8 months would give me plenty of time. Not so! The
display is due Thursday afternoon and I fear that procrastination might not
be an aberration in my personality.

I have plenty of high resolution jpgs of non-ordinary Aroids; Amorphophallus
and Asian Arisaema but I do not have jpgs of the more common Aroids, the
plants with which all gardeners are familiar. Would any of you have good
photos of some of the Aroid house plants that folks grow? Would you be
willing to share?

If you are willing to share a good photo of a Calla lily, Spathiphyllum,
Aglaonema, Philodendron, etc, please email me. Unfortunately I have the
slowest internet access possible so no matter how big/good your jpg file I
can only handle about 500K. I'll check for messages after work tomorrow
evening and ask you to send the jpg file on to me. I will give credit for
the photos I use.

Thanks so much.

MJ Hatfield

Ames, Iowa


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