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Re: Patience, my friends


Ditto... I missed it, too. And I was told that I would have to wait until next
year since I didn't respond a few weeks ago when the announcement was
supposed to
have been made here on this list. I guess we are  just out of luck, William.

Jody

William Perez wrote:

> May I ask a very ignorant question, and ask what is this about?  Were
> dracontiums on sale and I missed them?  Hmmmm...there was a period when I
> was getting blank messages from the list but I ignored them trusting and
> knowing that it would be resolved, and it was.
>
> So anyway, can someone fill me in. Not too late to get in on the deal, is
> it???? :(
>
> Thanks,
>
> William Perez
>
> ----------
> >From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <hetter@worldonline.nl>
> >To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <aroid-l@mobot.org>
> >Subject: Patience, my friends
> >Date: Tue, Mar 14, 2000, 11:15 PM
> >
>
> > All ye Amorphophiles,
> >
> > The administration of the orders hath begunneth (later than I wanted
>because
> > I was "under the weather"). I found that we also have leftovers of
> > Dracontium polyphyllum, D. asperum and D. spruceanum and there seems to be
> > enough to drop in one or a few offsets of every species for everyone, so
> > don't be surprised to find that. Needless to say, this raises the price
>by $
> > 500,--.............. We are still probably some two weeks away from
>actually
> > sending off the stuff. It is a big job for us all, so please have patience
> > and don't ask me where the goodies are. When the stuff goes in the mail,
> > I'll drop a note through aroid-l.
> >
> > Wilbert







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