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Free Seeds - Anthurim clarinervum

  • Subject: Free Seeds - Anthurim clarinervum
  • From: Albert Huntington <balberth@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Wed, 1 May 2002 09:37:09 -0500 (CDT)


  My Anthurium clarinervum seedhead has finally ripened, and I have a bunch of
beautiful orange berries I would like to share with interested parties.  Just
send an e-mail to balberth@yahoo.com with your name and mailing address, and I
will send some out to the first 15 respondants or so.  Please get that e-mail
in before Monday the sixth, in any case.

DO NOT REPLY TO THE LIST. E-MAIL me at balberth@yahoo.com if you want seeds.

  On another note, I've always germinated these sorts of seeds in a bit of damp
long fiber sphagnum moss after removing them completely from the berries.  How
do other people deal with anthurium berries?


Albert Huntington           San Jose, CA U.S.A.
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