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Anthurium - WHO AM I ? One of Two

  • Subject: Anthurium - WHO AM I ? One of Two
  • From: santoury@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 05 Nov 2010 20:21:03 -0400

I got a bunch of Anthurium species from SIlver Krome Gardens in Florida, but they do not tag their plants. Tsk Tsk. 

I was able to visually identify all my plants, except for TWO Anthuriums, which are very similar. 
I know which two they could be, but do not want to cloud your judgment one way or another. 

Here is the first one. 
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