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| Hi, Debbie,
| Great!  Thanks a million.    Only a week or so since beginning, I have
| enormously impressed by the kindness, vitality, the positivity of Aroid L
| humanity.  Gardeners seem to have special qualities and the more care
| kinds need maybe the more caring of Nature people need to be.   Anyway
| has been a "Wow" for me and I hope for everyone.
| Debbie, I have the tissue coloured variegate, "Domino" in plenty, but
| anything else would be of interest.   Species are obviously most
| but it seems necessary to keep a "library" of cultivars past, present and
| future for reference.   For example the "true McCoy" has an enormous
| and I have never found it.   Other cultivars seem to keep the heavenly
| fragrance of their parentages.   Some like some modern roses don't.
| one cannot do better than what Nature does best?
| There is the little one called S. "Cali" which I don't have now though it
| may be the same as the so called cultivar called "mini".  It is a SPECIES
| floribundum type with a white mid rib, not a variegate but sometimes
| so.   Maybe it has been named since the 80's?   Maybe I was contributory
| its presence in some horticulture as I got it from Cali in Columbia.
| are also other variegates but I don't know which are stable with whited
| leaves that don't go brown when a little spray water lands?   It would be
| good to know the range of variegated Peace Lilies in current culture.
| have lists of all my 1980's species and a notional list of species and
| cultivars noted in the literature if anyone is interested in.
| for information not of general interest my email is roniles@eircom.net
| Maybe it is not good practice to discuss the nitty gritty of costs and
| shipping on the net?  At any time I will be glad to email lists including
| spares to any friends who would like.  And when I get my act together more
| will send people new and previous sources of other Aroid and non-Aroid
| genera that manifest themselves.   Anyway, Debbie and everyone, from the
| peaceful waterfront of glorious
| West Cork, thanks a million!
| Post script for Dany Hervelle - My email to your address is being rejected
| every time.  If I don't hear from you I will make it more general and send
| it to Aroid L.    Give me a little time and I can contact India and other
| Sources for you.   KSG is both in Bangalore and Madras it seems.
| Original Message -----
| From: "Debbie Swartz" <dswartz@mediaone.net>
| To: <roniles@eircom.net>
| Sent: Friday, March 16, 2001 1:46 AM
| Subject: Steve's email
| | Ron:
| |
| | Steve can be reached at sphinkson@worldnet.att.net .  GREAT guy, and an
| | excellent trader!
| |
| | If he's out of the variegated spathiphyllum, give me a holler, I've got
| | plenty.
| |
| | Green wishes,
| |
| | Deb
| |
| |
| | Debbie Swartz (Zone 10 -- Fort Lauderdale)
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| | (new Spring items now available, daily updates)
| | http://www.touchofthetropics.com
| |
| | More images at:
| | http://photos.yahoo.com/deb2924
| | http://albums.photopoint.com/j/AlbumIndex?u=319342&a=2393078
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