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Re: Anthurium giganteum

Will be anxious tohear replies to your request...  I have had the same
problem with Anthurium formosum....

>Recently we have been propagating all of our species Anthurium by seed and
>have had success with all except Anthurium giganteum.  We have two plants of
>this species and they are quite mature, with enormous heart-shaped leaves
>six feet long by three to four feet wide, on petioles up to seven feet long.
>They flower quite regularly throughout the year and the inflorescence is not
>only large and colorful (pink-red) but very sweetly fragrant.  We have tried
>crossing between the two and selfing without success.  Does anyone on this
>list have any thoughts on this?
>With all best wishes to you all for a very Happy Holiday Season,
>Scott A. Lucas
>Hawaii Tropical Botanical Garden
>P.O. Box 80
>Papaikou, HI  96781
>Phone:  (808) 964-5233
>FAX:  (808) 964-1338
>email:  htbg@htbg.com
>Web Site:  www.hawaiigarden.com

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