Re: Hello

Michael Hasemann (
Wed, 28 Dec 1994 13:38:56 +0200 (EET)

> Hi there,
> I'm new on this list and I want to introduce myself. I'm studying
> Biology in Heidelberg and I have cp's since 2-3 years. That are :
> Drosera capensis,D.rotundifulia,Pinguicula vulgaris and a Dionaea.
> They flourish like crazy, even now in December (besides of Dionaea).
> BTW, does anyone know some good books about cp's (in Engl.or German.)?
> Hope that I can ask some silly questions ,too, because I'm no expert.
> Greetings and a good year 1995 to everyone.
> Claus Rodemer , Heidelberg.
Welcome oboard!

I assume you keep your plants inside, i.e. that they are blossoming
around this time of the year.

There are a couple of other German members on this list, even some
living rather close to you (propably no news). I almost forgot:
there is even one who has invited all of us to a big new years eve party.

About books: Ivo has compiled a very complete (annotated?) list of
books. He will surely show up on the list soon.

About silly questions: you won't be alone here, (neither am I).

All the best for the new year. Greetings from Finland, where it is
about -5 degrees,


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