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Re: Anthurium superbum

Be patient ...... you may be amazed months from now when little sprouts 
appear and you may be disappointed when nothing happens. If the seeds are 
still viable, not squish, just hang and keep them in a warm place, not hot 
and watch. Having done thousands of seeds, some come quickly and others take 
forever. A lot has to do with the season and who knows what else. Denis 
Rotelante has done many of this plant so maybe he will put in his two cents 
with specific information to this very plant. 


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