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Alvim Seidel

  • Subject: Alvim Seidel
  • From: Brian Williams <pugturd@alltel.net>
  • Date: Wed, 28 Nov 2007 19:04:51 -0500

I have been contacted by Alvim Seidel nursery in Brazil. I sent a 
request for a seed list of their aroids and recieved a list very similar 
if not identical to what I have seen in years past. After sometime they 
sent a reply and said they will now show photos of their mother plants 
were the seeds are coming from so people know better what to expect from 
their seeds. I know many of them were not what they were said to be in 
years past but I was suprized by some of the things I did get. I did get 
a few new species and Angra dos Reis was wrongly IDed but it did show up 
under another name so did crassinervum which seemed to have some 
different forms once grown out from seed which was a interesting and 
nice surpize. So far they have sent me pictures of the following plants. 
I will ask permission to add them to the list so they can be better 
IDed. Thought some of you maybe interested.

Angra do Reis
Selloum compactum
philo lundi
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