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[Aroid-l] re: mardy's big aroids

  • Subject: [Aroid-l] re: mardy's big aroids
  • From: john s smolowe johnssmolowe@pacbell.net
  • Date: Sat, 21 Oct 2006 14:11:56 -0700

great photos, great plants. is that mardy darian? if so, i am amazed he can grow those aroids outside in vista (near san diego)! it gets into the low 30s! also speaks to his success humidifying the microclimate under his palm overstory, cause it's almost desert in vista. congratulations!


Mardy wants to share his happy results in growing Anthurium veitchii, warocqueanum and an unknown. Any ideas on the unidentified one would be appreciated. banta


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