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Aglaonemas in fall show and sale photos

  • Subject: Aglaonemas in fall show and sale photos
  • From: Roz <rozgold@pacbell.net>
  • Date: Thu, 25 Sep 2008 23:23:42 -0700 (PDT)

Dear friends:
I am very much a lurker on this list, but I really enjoy the discussions.
I wanted to thank Lester for the great photos he uploaded from the fall IAS show and sale.  In the "Fall Show and Sale Setup 9/18/08" album, I noticed some pictures of very distinctive aglaonemas, some with a lot of red or pink coloration in their leaves.  Were these show plants, or were they being offered for sale?  If they were being offered for sale, was the vendor an individual or a commercial firm?  I've been very tempted to buy a few of these plants, but the best selection I've seen is from an E-Bay vendor from Thailand who has relatively steep shipping costs. 
thanks for any info. you can provide, and I really wish I could have gone to the show.
-Roz, in Southern California 
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