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Re: pollinating Anth veitchii ?

I wish him good fortune....

But, I know of only two times that A., veitchii has been polinated by A.
veitchii...  Once in Rome about 10 years ago and once at Selby a few years

There have been tons of hybrids made....  But...  Veitchii to veitchii....
No, or seldom.

>I have been asked by some one in South Africa , how do you get seed to set
>on Anthurium veitchii ?
>He has two plants, maybe the only 2 in Sth. Africa, and would love to be
>able to grow some seedlings to distribute.
>Michael Pascall

Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut

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