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incredible dracunculus

Hi aroiders,
I just saw the most awesome aroid, Dracunculus vulgaris (sp?),I have to
obtain it for my garden!  I just went to Munchkin Nursery in Southern
Indiana, and it has grown there for a number of years as a display plant
and was just getting ready to bloom.  I missed the bloom, but want to try
it for hardiness where I live, as I am just north of this nursery and
probably have a similar freeze zone.

Could somebody eee me privately about vendors for this plant? I want to get


Stacy Holtzman
Howard Hughes Medical Institute
Bloomington, Indiana Z5b

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