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This thread is in reply to a blog post by LariAnn entitled "Repotting and Fert'ing . . .".
Name: Taylor Applegarth
Quantico maryland (Zone 7b)
Charter ATP Member
Jul 19, 2011 9:00 PM CST
i cannot explain how amazing your philosophy in horticulture is to me i love you! i'm from the eastern shore of maryland my name is taylor applegarth and my mind is charged with your drawings and true inspirational work with aroids. i'v been intently devoted to plants my whole life and to see you take one such facet to these unknown levels is so exciting i'v read through aroidiaresearch site and i got this far to contact you, i must inquire of what you are sharing i need... i need to fill out this form you have here i love your robudoras although am very curious to see aroidia. i'm just astonished that you're breeding all of these great species the symbiotic relationships you understand are on the brink i can't wait to hear from you, i'm thankful for stumbling upon your writings.
It will be like it was in the beginning.
Name: LariAnn Garner
south Florida, USA
When in doubt, do the cross!
Forum moderator Pollen collector Charter ATP Member I was one of the first 300 contributors to the plant database! Aroids Seed Starter
Foliage Fan Region: Florida Tropicals Container Gardener
Jul 21, 2011 10:13 AM CST
Thanks for your kind words and support for my work. I do have the robudoras still available; if you wish to get some, just let me know your shipping address and I'll quote you for the order.

Most of Aroidia is still in my imagination but as you know I have done a lot of hybridization. Some of the crosses I've succeeded in seemed impossible and if I had told others what I was trying to do, they might have told me so! Therefore, i just do my work and let the results speak for themselves.

Kind regards,
Be the Captain of What's Gonna Happen!

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