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Re: Anthurium splendidum

In a message dated 3/31/00 3:54:37 PM Central Standard Time,
hermine@endangeredspecies.com writes:

<< ALSO Rick's plants look GORGEOUS no matter what he says about how difficult
 they are. like i have never seen.  you could keel over.
That must be the new greenhouse he has built or perhaps the mist system of
Huntingdon Botanic. Rick keeps things in 150% humidity and I might imagine
that would be just about perfect for a low altitude, streambed, tropical
bastardly beautiful anthurium. Give the man credit where due. He is a good


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