Re: Miami Area Resources
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- Subject: Re: Miami Area Resources
- From: Jim Singer <email@example.com>
- Date: Thu, 7 Sep 2000 17:29:48 -0500 (CDT)
this reply is from florida's better ceast. if you've read 'the orchid
thief,' you might want to explore the fakahatchee strand state park near
naples [and if you haven't read the orchid thief, shame on you] as well as
the corkscrew swamp sanctuary.
At 02:05 PM 9/7/00 -0500, Albert Huntington wrote:
>I believe this topic may have come up before, but as responses tend to be
>private and therefore not archived, I am asking it again.
>After talking to some of us who will be traveling from afar to the Miami area
>for the IAS Show and Sale, I know that many of us are trying to figure out
>where else in the Miami area we might want to visit should we happen to have
>any cash left after the Show and Sale.
>Could some of the many Floridians on the list suggest some nurseries to visit
>in the Miami area, keeping in mind that a lot of us are no doubt interested in
>various rare/exotic plants, and not exclusively Aroids?
>Some suggestions in the past have been: Dewey Fisk's place, Palm Hammock
>Orchid Estate, Zone Ten nursery. I am hoping to see some more in the same
>Thanks in advance.
>Albert Huntington San Jose, CA U.S.A.
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