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Re: Spathiphyllum


Like you I have tried to obtain Spathiphyllum species without much luck. I do 
remember seeing one grower with a beautiful dwarf species only about 6 inches 
or so high with broad, rounded leaves and I think reflexed spathes. He did 
not know the species. I think it was the Rainforest (I think thats the name) 
nursery near Oxford and they might be worth contacting (I will try and dig 
out their address if I havent already given it to you in the past). Regarding 
the two unidentified species from the grower in the Netherlands, there is a 
published key to the genus which I can get a copy of for you if and when you 
need/want it. Its a few years old now but might be of use. Let me know.
Geoffrey Kibby

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