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Re: Anthurium Marie with infloresence

  • Subject: Re: Anthurium Marie with infloresence
  • From: Thom Powell <sparky4114@mac.com>
  • Date: Thu, 10 Apr 2008 00:13:24 -0400

I have loved marie for a while now, we had one for sale in a 17" pot! Absolutely beautiful!!! I have been trying to obtain one of my own, but can not find her!

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On Apr 9, 2008, at 10:20 PM, Tropicals <Tropicals@SolutionsAnalysis.net> wrote:

Greetings, I am attaching 2 large photos taken with my iPhone; my apologies for poor quality but it was so important to show you anthurium lovers.
So very pleased to share the oddest anthurium inflorescence in my 30+ years of appreciating them.  The leaves including short petiole measure three feet and about 7" wide.
The inflorescence has the slightest amount of pollen very near the base only.  Notice the undulation, roller coaster pattern on the underside.  I've secured a small amount of pollen in aluminum foil.  Should I freeze until its proposed anthurium recipient reaches pollination for cross breeding a. marie and a. hookeri?  Historically the a. hookeri produces several hundred seeds each year whereas the a. marie has never developed into infructescence.
(I do hope the moderator can format them to an acceptable size to share the remarkable growth OR scold me with a suggestion). 
...CSea aka AlterNative Solutions

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When I get my plants I will be putting some up for auction. I will let you folks know when that happens.

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