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Re: Aroid books

>The discussion of Burle Max books reminds me, does anyone know of a good
>culture book on aroids that they would recommend, preferably one that is
>actually available instead of one that will send me on a three-year long
>hunt through the internet and second-hand bookstores?
>Carol Ann

Go to the aroid society site at http://www.aroid.org and look up the back
issues of Aroideana. About 4 or 5  years ago there was an article by Amy
Donovan which was basically a compilation of different grower's techniques
and suggestions on how they grow aroids.


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