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Xth International Aroid Congress

  • Subject: Xth International Aroid Congress
  • From: Marc Gibernau <gibernau@cict.fr>
  • Date: Wed, 13 May 2009 09:09:27 +0200

Dear all Aroidophyles,

A last reminder for those who still hesitate to come to Nancy, the registration will close by the end of May. More information on the web site :

The program in summary:

*) 2,5 days of conference (Thomas Croat, Peter Boyce, Simon Mayo, Josef Bogner, Wilbert Hetterscheid,... plus 30 other speakers)

*) One morning on Aroid culture with the gardeners from Kew, Lyon, Nancy and Paris.

*) Visit of the aroid collection of the Botanical Garden of Nancy (and the rest of the Garden).

*) In option visit of the Vosges (natural populations of Calla palustris) and of an Alpine Garden.

Best regards,


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