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  • Subject: Newsletter
  • From: Alwyn Wootten <alwootten@gmail.com>
  • Date: Thu, 11 Mar 2010 19:16:12 -0500

Congratulations on the great newsletter!  I was blown away by the photo on the first page of Alocasia macrorrhizos "Lutea".  What a beauty!

I hope my plants at home in Charlottesville are surviving my son's care...it sure has been an exciting last ten days here.  I don't know of any interesting aroid collections in Chile, which I understand is devoid of native aroids though there are lots in gardens here.

Clear skies,
Al Wootten, 
Apoquindo 3846, 19th Floor
Las Condes, Santiago, Chile

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