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Re: [aroid-l] Wilbert's Amorph distribution

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Wilbert's Amorph distribution
  • From: "C. J. Addington" cjaddington@earthlink.net
  • Date: Wed, 14 May 2003 17:20:18 -0700

on 5/14/03 10:41, Alan Galloway at alan_galloway@ncsu.edu wrote:

> FOR - those that requested Amorphs from Wilbert's annual distribution
> residing in the U.S.
> I received one large box late yesterday (May 13) from Wilbert containing
> all the individual packages destined for U.S. addresses.  I put my P.O.
> Box return address on each individual package  (USPS Priority
> service will not return packages to non-US addresses) and dropped them
> off at the Post Office this morning about 11:45am (Raleigh, NC time).
> Since they are going out by USPS Priority service, most everyone should
> receive them by Saturday.
> Alan
Thanks Alan!
    We amateur growers really appreciate this distribution - it's one of our
main ways to acquire some really unusual species. I look forward to seeing
what arrives. Anything from that list will be fun!

Thanks again,


CJ Addington

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