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Hi all
Just checking - what does everybody have for sale at this point? 
This forum seems profoundly quiet - I figure everybody is baking in this heat, as I am. 
Any input on my weird amorphophallus bulb would be great. 
I also picked up a NoID Shismatoglottis a couple days ago - no picture yet - but it seems distinct - dark green leaves, but with subdued silver blotches (not bright at all) - and burgundy petioles. Any idea? (Leaves are just like an Aglaonema, but softer. 

-----Original Message-----
From: Steve Marak <samarak@gizmoworks.com>
To: Aroid list <aroid-l@gizmoworks.com>
Sent: Sat, Sep 4, 2010 4:16 pm
Subject: [Aroid-l] More IAS show (Sept. 18-19, 2010) info ...

Aroiders, more info on the IAS show which is in 2 weeks. As usual, see 
http://aroid.org/show/ for more information:

One reason people come to the annual IAS show is that it is a place to 
acquire rare plants at very attractive prices. Every year the array of 
commercial aroid offerings on the show floor is unsurpassed by any other 
venue. And the best thing is that you can speak directly with the vendors, 
availing yourself of their expert opinions, and pick out the specimens you 
like best. What's more, when you buy them, you have them right there in 
your hand. No need to wait and worry about when they might arrive at your 
house and what shipping travails they may have experienced in transit. A 
bird in the hand, as they say.
Then, there's the auction. The auction is the place to find really 
one-of-a-kind plants, and sometimes two-of-a-kind plants. Prices have been 
historically what one might call a "steal", although some of us are 
working hard so that prices in the future will be boosted by attracting 
more bidders. So this year might be your chance to secure astonishingly 
rare plants at very modest prices. Auction details will be available, as 
they become known to us, on the IAS website.
Rare plants. Isn't that the reason you're a member? Get them at the show.

-- Steve Marak
-- samarak@gizmoworks.com
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