Re: Aroid Plantmen
- Subject: Re: Aroid Plantmen
- From: DAVID LEEDY <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Mon, 25 Aug 2014 11:26:37 -0700
Thank you Derek,
The Newsletter is exactly where I was trying to direct that kind of information.
Over 35 years ago, I propagated Aroids for Bob Cole and Bill Cook's Botanical Gardens Plant Shop in Reseda, California. I recall that they mentioned Ed Hummel, but they always referred to him as "Mr. Hummel." Like so many, I can't remember what I knew about him.
I was of the opinion that Anderson's red was from Anderson's Nursery in the San Diego area,
possibly Carlsbad. I do recall visiting that nursery around 40 years ago and meeting his son, I believe his name was Rod. It is quite possible that Mr. Hummel named it.
I am of the opinion that one of the Bobs, Wilson or McColley, went to Costa Rica and built a rare plant nursery or area there.
On Monday, August 25, 2014 5:28 AM, derek burch <email@example.com> wrote:
The articles that Enid and I did for the
June Newsletter were attempts to stimulate more on this type reminiscence
(perhaps of a more serious nature than mine) âbut, rather as
expected, there has been no follow up. The medium for publishing in an archived
form Newsletter and Aroideana) does exist. Now we need more people to join in
Gardens was Bob Wilson, not Bob McColley,
who was active in the Apopka area at Bamboo Nursery, and introduced a number of
philodendrons, including such gems as Prince of Orange â. After his death, his wife Cora
continued his work if my memory is correct. Glasshouse Works attributes Anderson âs Red to
firstname.lastname@example.org [mailto:email@example.com] On Behalf Of DAVID LEEDY
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Subject: [Aroid-l] Aroid Plantmen
appreciated the information given to us on this list by A. Sunjian with respect
to Philodendron âxEvansiiâ and Philodendron â Soledad â.
However, I want to know more about the âPlantsmenâ in the
Aroid Plant Family. We can read about the old timey Botanist (e.g. Schott
and Engler & Kraus), the Botanists of our life time (e.g. Cecil Prime and
Monroe Birdsey), and the current Botanists. But how about the Plansmen?
is the story of Anderson âs Red
(Philodendron) and of particular interest would be Bob McCauley of Fantastic Gardens
fame in Miami ?
What other Plantsmen should we know about? How about famous Plantsmen in Australia , the UK ,
etc.? What cultivars or hybrids are they responsible for?
for one, would really appreciate anyone taking the time to either write this
down or tell me where I might otherwise find it.
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