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[aroid-l] Lasia pollination

  • Subject: [aroid-l] Lasia pollination
  • From: Adam Black epiphyte1@earthlink.net
  • Date: Sat, 29 Mar 2003 09:52:17 -0500


My Lasia spinosa is sending up three inflorescenses right now, and I would like to try to get some seed. I have successfully pollinated many Anthuriums species before, and wonder if it is at all similar to that. From the other inflorescenses I have seen on my plant in the past, I can't recall ever seeing the spathe opening wide enough for easy access to the spadix. I seem to recall on some other aroid species the need to cut a portion of the spathe to easily pollinate the plant. Any help would be appreciated.


Adam Black

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