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Re: [aroid-l]Going to Brazil

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l]Going to Brazil
  • From: Piabinha@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 17 Mar 2003 14:21:15 -0500

In a message dated 3/17/2003 4:37:24 PM Eastern Standard Time, <pmdes@ionet.co.za> writes:
>I am going to Brasil for about 2 weeks and make stops in
>Rio, Manaus, Salvador, Iguassu and Sao Paulo.
>What are must see Botanical Gardens and nurseries that
>specialise in Anthuriums,Philodenrons, Palms and maybe other interesting
>plants in these stop over places.
>Best Regards
>Peter

hi peter,

wow... how nice for you.  i'm so envious.

i only know rio and SP, although i've been to iguaçu falls (one of the world's true natural wonders).  i still have to make it to the northern part of the country (bahia, amazon).

in rio, you should definitely visit the BOTANIC GARDEN and the BURLE-MARX ESTATE.  for the latter, you need to call in advance and book a guided tour.  at least that was the case both times i went there (1999 and 2001).  check the archives of aroid-l (is that possible?) for details on doing that.

i don't think the sao paulo botanical garden is worth a visit, at least not from what i recall.  maybe eduardo will add more details.

boa viajem.

-- 
tsuh yang





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