Anthurium bonplandii, Really could use your help!
- Subject: Anthurium bonplandii, Really could use your help!
- From: "ExoticRainforest" <Steve@ExoticRainforest.com>
- Date: Tue, 30 Oct 2007 10:10:51 -0500
About a week ago I put up a new page on Anthurium bonplandii
the information was taken from the orginal botanical text printed in one of Dr.
Croat's journals. I'm looking for additional practical information and grower
input. I'd love to know if you grow this species and what you've learned about
it. Any good photos you will allow me to add to the page would be
appreciated since our specimen is quite small. I'll certainly credit you
for your photos and information. The photos I've received so far are from
the grower who provided our specimen which is now quite
small. According to Joep Moonen in Fench Guiana, this species is quite rare
in nature. When young it does strongly resemble Anthurium jenmanii
which is now extremely popular with growers in Indonesia and
rather odd birds nest form since it is often found growing on stone and is
rarely epiphytic. Anthurium bonplandii
is instead normally
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