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Re: NZ Fern Man

  • Subject: Re: [ferns] NZ Fern Man
  • From: Betsy Feuerstein ecuador@midsouth.rr.com
  • Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2003 13:11:37 -0600

Paul, There are many places in the Seattle area for ferns that might meet your
needs. Barbara Varga is in the Philadelphia Pennsylvania area if she is still
there. I will do some homework on that one. Barbara is a ton of fun and a
great fern grower. The Dallas area has one of the biggest fern cloning
operators and many good growers. Some have moved in recent years. There is a
guy in the Kansas area you might like to contact also. I know I am being
really non specific because I just returned from a collecting trip into
Ecuador and to be honest, my mind is going a thousand ways as to getting stuff
put up. I will take the time to attempt to get more information for you later
today or tomorrow. We can stay in touch since there is some time before you
travel. I just wanted you to know that I have read your request and I am
thinking but at this moment, names and email addresses are not coming through.
I will keep you on the list to do things for the next few days......

Forgive the non specific information but I think you will find places to
visit............... in the areas you are going.

Betsy Feuerstein
Tennessee in the middle of the USA

ferns wrote:

> Here's another something.
> We run a specialist  fern nursery here in New Zealand &  are planning trip
> to USA in July.
> Keen to  visit nice forests but also love to meet some fern nursery
> propogate/liner type operations
> Land in New York on the 24th June.
> Then off to Dallas then Seattle to San Fran.
> Any contacts would be well appreciated.
> Regards
> Paul Michael
> Fern Factor.
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