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Re: I need to borrow a photo!

  • Subject: Re: I need to borrow a photo!
  • From: RAYMOMATTLA@cs.com
  • Date: Fri, 27 Aug 2010 00:21:19 EDT

Steve,  a few years ago I got rid of a bunch of hybrid Spathiphyllum that had become kind of weedy in places on my greenhouse floor.  Most of it was discarded but I wanted to save one piece.  I literally threw a plant into a tub that I grow submersed aquatics (Urospatha, Lasia, etc.) and the plant never looked as good!  Meanwhile,  S. cannifolium droops if it not watered on a daily basis.  Maybe I should throw some into that tub!

Michael Mattlage
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