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Re: Where to buy plants?


For Arisaema, Dracunculus, etc. try Jacques Amand 1-800-452-5414 will get
you a catalog.
For Arisaema, Dracunculus, Helicodiceros, Zantedeschia try Avon Bulbs
(0460) 42177 (UK)
For Arisaema, Trillium and much more try Don Jacobs Eco Gardens
For Arisaema & Asarum try Asiatica 1-717-938-8677
For Arisaema. etc. there's also Algy's Herbs http://www.algy.com
Similarly, there's Munchkin Nursery  http://www.munchkinnursery.com
For first class seeds try  Gardens North Seeds 1-613-489-0065
and, if you're adventurous, there's KaiChen Nursery in China 

Don't forget Herronswood Nursery on the west coast and of course
Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut, THE PHILODENDRON PHREAQUE, Your Source for
Tropical Araceae
in Florida.

And there are lots more.


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