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Re: June Newletter

  • Subject: Re: June Newletter
  • From: Jill Bell <godjillab@home.com>
  • Date: Wed, 30 May 2001 08:33:12 -0500 (CDT)

on 5/29/01 10:00 PM, Ron Iles at roniles@eircom.net wrote:
OK, OK, I'll join.  I've been lurking and listening to all of your blood
shedding and I can only recommend that a caffeine drip will work as well.
Does anyone know what ever happened to spathiphyllum floribundum?????
Best Regards and How Do I Join?

-- Jill Bell
Graphic Design, Web Design, Illustration and Digital Photography

> I shed BLOOD!  It's being sent to the Printers tomorrow.  Nineteen full
> pages!   Hope it's as energising for you as the mighty rush was invaliding
> for me!  I'm dying!  Revive me with offers of Spaths
> The only Spath I've got from Aroid L is kind thoughtful Geoff Kibby whose
> reciprocal parcel I WILL send in the next day or so!  He helps SO MANY
> people on Aroid L and privately, Great Member, thank you Geoff.  90 vars and
> probably most of the species in the States!  I'm going to give up plants.
> Michael (Pascall), the Web Site address of your new secret Alocasia Gang
> doesn't work for Ireland Maverick..please re-email it!   Has anybody got
> spectacular non Spathiphyllum Aroids that they could supply to the Myles,
> another great guy, curator at the Living Rain Forest in UK?  Will send his
> "need" list very soon.
> Nurse put me on Spath drip please, nothing else will save me.
> Green Maverick

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