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Re: 2nd Annual Aroid show?

  • Subject: Re: 2nd Annual Aroid show?
  • From: Michael Pascall <mickpascall@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 10 Oct 2007 13:54:22 +1000

Michael Pascall,
.after all, it is an
> International Aroid Society.
YES , back in the 80's there was greater interest and also nearly more members down here in Australia than there was in America ..all due to the drive of David Burnett .
I have spoken to many of the collectors here , and there could be a show one day , just like the big one in Townsville .
BUT , how many International members would bother coming downunder ?
It would have to be in late spring or summer , that means it would be winter for the other hemisphere . Impossible for anyone to brings plants to show , and just as dificult to buy plants to take home . Though some European countries have very few restrictions re. importing plants .>

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