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Re: P. superbum

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] P. superbum
  • From: "Keith Rogers" kerogers@lm.net.au
  • Date: Mon, 3 Feb 2003 15:22:18 +1030

Hi Guys

If one saw their images on their website site you could compare them as
being up with the rest. Look for yourself.


Kindest regards

Keith Rogers
Mannum South Australia

On the web with Keith's Fern Page at

Supporting the Fern Society of South Australia Inc at
----- Original Message -----
From: "philip crabb" <ninnescah@hotmail.com>
To: <ferns@hort.net>
Sent: Monday, February 03, 2003 2:51 PM
Subject: [ferns] P. superbum

> Hi Mike and Candy,
> No, I've had no problem at all.  I've not been a customer, but I'd venture
> to suppose that if they handle business with the ability with which they
> grow their ferns, I'd be happy.
> The thought I poorly expressed is this: There is such irony that
> occasionally the well-seasoned, highly respected experts of fernet seem
> vexed by horticultural problems that less experienced growers may simply
> take in stride.
> Elmore Ferns grows beautiful ferns, at least from the photos I've seen.
> They grow the easiest of the shield-type stags and they grow P. hillii.
> Something tells me that they've not been at it a particularly long time,
> they've clearly got it down pat.  They describe their growing experience
> recommendations in a straightforward and upbeat way.  They don't rue and
> fret about losses and difficulties and impossibilities, at least not on
> their website.  They're taking a fresh run at it, and I'm all for it.
> That's what I meant, and should have said.
> Philip Crabb
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