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Questions on Sources

  • Subject: Questions on Sources
  • From: "Sharon Banister" <s-banister@tamu.edu>
  • Date: Fri, 12 Mar 2010 09:56:29 -0600

Anyone know of a place to order good size aroids (Dieffenbachias  and Aglaoemas)?  I need these for some of my classes at Tx A&M.  We've propagated ours so much for propagation classes I'm ending up with nothing good sized for identification classes.

Thanks in advance,  Sharon

Sharon Banister, Res. Asst.
Greenhouse Manager
Tx A&M University-Horticulture Dept.
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