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Re: Help with Anthurium scherzerianum

  • Subject: Re: Help with Anthurium scherzerianum
  • From: EGoldfluss@aol.com
  • Date: Mon, 18 May 2009 08:20:25 EDT

Next time I go to Costa Rica (and I do every year) I'm going to find the little bugger in the wild and see how it grows. In the meantime I received a very nice seedling grown in bark chips.  I'm going to do one in bark and treat a second as a lithophyte.  I think drying and air circulation may be the key.
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