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Western Oregon Plant Sources


Three come to mind, one sounds like he's relatively close to you: Our friend
Robert H is located in Keizer, a suburb of Salem.
http://www.aquabotanic.com/ , #2 would be "The Wet Spot" tropical fish at
43rd and Sandy Blvd. in Portland's Hollywood district, and #3 would be...
me. I have lots of stuff to trade, especially since your are local, if
that's your thing. I will also be speaking on my experiences in Aquatic
Plant gardening this coming February 26th for the GPAS, thusly:


I will try and have lots of my plants in the auction, and also see if I can
coordinate with Robert H. to have a bunch of his stuff there too.


Northwest Killies
Brian Perkins, President
West Linn, OR

P.S. I betcha Erik Olsen could give you a really good read on the scale of
the Seattle plant auction.  Look him up at "the Krib"!!! Good luck

Date: Tue, 5 Feb 2002 16:12:40 -0800
From: "MATT & LINDA CROCKER" <crockerm at peak_org>
Subject: Re: Auction in Seattle this month

How many people usually attend the plant auction?  I am thinking about
"getting off my duff" and making the drive up, but, it's 275 miles.  How is
the assortment of plants?  The selection here (Western OR) leaves alot to be


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