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[aroid-l] Suran in season


I found nice looking material in a greengrocers in Southall (west London,
UK) about a month back.
One 4+ kg specimen went to 'The Living Rainforest' in Berkshire, but had not
started to grow at the time that I left there a couple of weeks ago.
Incidentally, their collection of large aroids that Myles Challis wrote
about  in a recent newsletter are all that he said and more. Very good,
extremely large material in great shape.  Derek





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