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[aroid-l] notes from Raleigh's Aroid Extravaganza

  • Subject: [aroid-l] notes from Raleigh's Aroid Extravaganza
  • From: "Alan Galloway" alan_galloway@ncsu.edu
  • Date: Wed, 1 Oct 2003 08:02:15 -0400


For those of you that attended the Aroid Extravaganza held here in
Raleigh, North Carolina in July, 2002....

I donated some plants that were labeled as Globba sp. 'China' as
giveaway plants.  These plants were at the end of my driveway and
attendees were welcome to take them as they were leaving the
frist night of the event.

Kyle Williams at Duke University who is working on Globba gingers
for his Phd thesis has identified this species as Globba racemosa.
So it's time to change those plant labels!!

For pics of this ginger, see:


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