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Re: sources for Callopsis volkerii

Hey TY,
I can't believe you are asking about this plant - I just saw and photographed
it for the first time in the Uppsala Botanical Garden in Sweden - last week.
The photos aren't even developed yet.  It was love at first sight and I
begged and begged and begged for a piece of the plant.  The only had a
perfectly grown specimen in a four inch pot.  The curator said it was a
favorite of the researchers and although she investigated the plant
thoroughly, she couldn't see a way to remove any piece of it.  It was only
about six inches tall with about a dozen white blooms - absolutely adorable
(is that a word for a houseplant?).  Now, how do you know of it's existence -
and where the heck can we get one???
Cheers - Michael

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