Re: Anthurium divisions?
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- Subject: Re: Anthurium divisions?
- From: Denis <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 26 Apr 2000 16:56:22 -0500 (CDT)
Anthurium pedatoradiatum, synonamous with A. clavigerum and also known
under several other names is a vining Anthurium which does not reach its
full potential until it is grown on a large totem pole (6 foot+) or a
tree trunk. Sure you can propagate it by chopping up the stem into short
segments with several nodes per each but you will miss out on all the
glorious beauty of this monster in its mature form.
Denis at Silver Krome Gardens
> Hi my name is paul and im new to this forum. Please excuse me if this is a
> newbie question but i purchased an Anthurium pedatoradiatum(i bet i messed
> up) and it has a fairly long "rhizome" with plenty of roots. I paid what i
> would consider a little hefty but because i had never seen it before i got
> it. anyways i was wondering if i can divide the rhizome and have it put out
> another plant. i only thought of this because for some reason my main plant
> of Anthurium christallinum died but put out many side shoots. just a thought
> to get more from my money..thanks in advance for any advice.
> Paul Marcellini
> Miami, Fl zone 10