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From: Bonaventure Magrys <magrysbo at SHU.EDU>
Subject: Hi to Chris Gussman
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Hi Chris,
Where in Jersey are you? I'm in Cliffwood Beach, southern Middlesex Count=y,
and work in South Orange (here now on computer). Your background sounds a
lot like mine too.

Bonaventure W. Magrys
Research Assistant
Center  for Neuroscience
Department of Graduate Medical Education
NJ Neuroscience Institute/Seton Hall University
400 South Orange Avenue
South Orange, NJ  07079

>>>>>>>>>>>>>>Date:    Wed, 23 Jan 2002 20:18:13 -0500
From:    Christopher Gussman <olgachrisemily at MSN.COM>
Subject: New member/self introduction

Hello fellow Arisaemaphiles-
I just joined this list and wish to post an introduction!  I always liked
this Genus and grew our native triphyllum, including a LATE emerging dark
form which has been frustatingly slow to propagate.  I also purchased a
single sikokianum many years ago which persisted beautifully for many yea=rs
and then disapeared.  I always admired the others, but was in transit
through college, apartments etc (and poor at the same time).  I finally
purchased my own home (New Jersey, zone 6) and starting searching for
Ariseama, which eventually brought me to this list.  At this time I only
take credit for established triphyllum, but this past autumn I purchased
or two each of some other species to see which I like and which do well f=or
me(candidissimum, fargessii, amurense, consanguineum), and also traded fo=r
two "selections" of triphyllum and seeds.  I now have triphyllum seedling=s
growing under lights (first time I germinated them in pots), and hope to
expand a bit soon.  I have been reading the listserve for many months and
just now joined.  I have a very mixed plant-related background, I have
worked as a grower at a commercial nursery, managed a scientific research
greenhouse laboratory, worked in biological laboratories, plant-related
research projects involving plant genetics. I am currently in the
environmental field involved with phytoremediation and restoration
My home property is not large, and I also have a fondness for Hosta,
native plants, Mountain laurel, vegetable garden, and native azaleas and
hybrids. I look forward to future correspondence!!  Special thanks to Ray=,
Jim, and Ellen!!

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