Re: Anthurium seeds
- To: lindsey
- Subject: Re: Anthurium seeds
- From: Tom Croat <email@example.com>
- Date: Mon, 17 Feb 1997 13:46:52 -0600
> Dear all,
> This is a request from France. Please help if you can. Many thanks.
> Mr. Scherberich: We have been reasonably
sucessful in sending seeds through the regular mail to places as far
away as Australia but simply removing the sugar-containing pericarp and
mesocarp, then wrapping them in a bit of regular newspaper and
enveloping in small plastic bags. Then they are mailed in a regular
envelope with sheets of bubble-pack. Shipments of several weeks do not
seem to affect them this way. We have a large collection of Anthurium
and do get fruit production on some owing to our own pollination
efforts. Could you send us a list of the species you have and what you
might be willing to accept. The cost to you would not be excessive
since we are not a commercial nursery but we would have to reimbursed
for the preparation and shipping costs. We don't always have the time
to collect and process material but if we knew of your interest we are
sometimes able to entertain the possibility of sending seed.
Thomas B. Croat, P. A. Schulze Curator of Botany
Missouri Botanical Garden
Box 299, St. Louis, Missouri 63166 U.S.A.
> Dear Sir,
> I am looking for a way to get Anthurium species seeds (as I live in
> France, it is difficult to import plants from outside EEC), maybe you
> could tell me commercial growers from which I could order some.
> In advance I thank you very much and hope to read from you soon.
> Sincerely yours.
> David Scherberich <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Guanghua Zhu
> Missouri Botanical Garden
> P. O. Box 299
> St. Louis, MO 63166-0299, USA
> Phone: (314)577-9454
> Fax: (314)577-9438
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