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From: Russell Coker <cokerra at BELLSOUTH.NET>
Subject: Re: chen yi (and A-145)
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How did you keep it from rotting?  When did you receive it and did you po=t
it immediately?

----- Original Message -----
From: "Scherberich David" <aroids at NUMERICABLE.FR>
Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2006 10:11 AM
Subject: Re: chen yi (and A-145)

>I received it as well and it turned out to be an evergreen
> species of Amorphophallus, with unmottled pale green petiole ...
> either A. pingbianensis or A. coaetaneus ...
> David Scherberich
> Selon Russell Coker <cokerra at BELLSOUTH.NET>:
>> By the way...
>> I also received A-145 from Chen Yi.  She sent me 2 pictures,
>> one of a chain
>> of tubers (looks like dog poop), and the other of a plant in
>> bloom.  I
>> forwarded these to Arno for help with an ID and he said that
>> they were 2
>> different plants!
>> The plant in bloom is a Typhonium, and the tubers are an
>> Amorphophallus - most
>> likely Am. coaetaneus!  Chen Yi strikes again, if you've
>> ordered from her
>> you know its a crap shoot.  I'd like to know if you received
>> something
>> different from me.
>> And, by the way, my 2 A-145's are in pots turning to mush as I
>> write -
>> damnit!!
>> Russell
>>   ----- Original Message -----
>>   From: tony willis
>>   Sent: Thursday, January 12, 2006 7:05 AM
>>   Subject: chen yi
>>   I have bought quite a few things over the last 3 years
>> including a couple of arisaem.My first year was awful as the
>> plants arrive in December washed and very small.I was ill
>> prepared and made a mess of them.
>>   Since then I have ordered paris primula dysosma epimediums
>> and lots of gesneriads.
>>   They are all looking great and I am now propagating from
>> them.
>>   It is true the names are a mess but there are lots of
>> goodies amongst them.
>>   I think the last list was the 1994 one and nothing much
>> changes.
>>   Beware the prices are very cheap but the postage is
>> horrendous, you need to order a lot to make the unit price
>> reasonable.
>>   The delete button has proved pretty useful this last few
>> days!!
>>   Tony Willis
>>   Chorley
>>   NW England

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