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Re: Anth. veitchii

><< Dear tsuh yang,
> there it is:
> http://ng.netgate.net/~kk/Araceae/Anthurium/unknown.A.html
> David >>
>thanks, david and sue.  i used to know what a veitchii looked like but i had
>forgotten.  somehow it doesn't look like a houseplant to me :-(

If you are in new york...and do not have a growth chamber...i would  have
to agree!

>sue had asked me info about tropiflora.  they are at http://www.tropiflora.com
>they have several aroids for sale right now, incl. Alocasias and Zamioculcas
>zamiiflora.  in the past they have offered Colocasias, Xanthosoma, Gonatopus
>bovinii etc.
>tsuh yang chen, nyc

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