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Lasioid spathes (samples) for research!!

  • Subject: Lasioid spathes (samples) for research!!
  • From: dbiggs@xantusidesign.net
  • Date: Mon, 16 Nov 2009 23:17:03 -0500


Are there any lasioids that are particular priorities for culture? I have
some space here at home that might work for certain species and I also
have contacts at a couple of public greenhouses here in Madison,
Wisconsin. I don't think that I could take on anything especially rare or
delicate, but if there are any for which it might be useful to
propagate more material or test different growing methods I could try to
find some space somewhere.



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