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Re: anthurium veitchii


At 08:40 PM 1/30/99 -0600, you wrote:
>I just acquired a. veitchii and was wondering conditions it preferred,
>maximum and minimum temperatures, soil type, how it is best grown (high
>humidity?) and best fertilizer, any problems to watch for, etc.
>I live in Houston, Texas (Zone 9 with hot summers, many days over 95F)  but
>have a climate controlled greenhouse.
>Thanking you in advance for your assistance.
>Peter Lloyd
>
>where did you get the plant, how much, how big? I am interested in getting
one myself. Thanks
Richard>
>





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