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[Aroid-l] Hello? Birds Nest Anthurium

  • Subject: [Aroid-l] Hello? Birds Nest Anthurium
  • From: Mary Dunn aroid_mama@yahoo.com
  • Date: Tue, 1 Mar 2005 15:29:29 -0800 (PST)

Is anyone there? I am a new member and can't find any posts!  I sincerely hope that I am not the only member!
I have been growing Aroids since before I knew what an Aroid was!  say 40 years or so.
I no longer have greenhouse privileges so my collection is gradually diminishing,
I was pleased to notice today that my Birds Nest Anthurium is blooming  dispite (or maybe because) adverse conditions! I grew this from a tiny seedling obtained from the orchid theif.( Do you know who I mean?)  it's now about 4' tall and will no longe fit under my lights. It is  not the common birds nest.
Do we have any way to post pictures?

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