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Re: Symplocarpus

In a message dated 3/24/99 4:35:05 PM Eastern Standard Time, dbegley@iol.ie

> Does anybody know where I might be able to get some seeds of Symplocarpus
>  foetidus or S. nipponicus from? I have just read an article about them by
>  Roy Lancaster in the March issue of the RHS 'The Garden' magazine, and of
>  course I now HAVE to grow it! Roy points out,  "it is in the 'deletions'
>  list of The RHS Plant Finder 1998-99 but somewhere out there I am sure that
>  supplies of this curious perennial do exist, if only from an American
>  source." 
Hello Deborah,
   I will try and collect some seed of S.foetidus from plants in the bog
behind my house for you.  Should that prove successful I will email you and
arrange to send them.  
                        Mark Mazer Gaylordsville, Connecticut USA

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