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Re: Anthurium "Circus Peanuts"


We have always propagated this plant from cuttings. From seed, if this is
even possible, I would imagine that you will obtain many different kinds of
clones, some of which will not look anything like 'Circus Peanuts'. The
parents of this hybrid are pretty different, so hybrid progeny might vary
quite a bit. Good Luck!


<< Thank you Donna, however  the maun part of my quesation is what experience
 growing it selfed from seed.   Are ythe seeds viable.  Does Selby grow it
 from seed?  My plant was purchased there but I  do not know how it was
 propagated.  Soon perhaps I can give you my results. Pray for me.   Joe

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