Re: Raphidophora cryptantha infloresence .
- Subject: Re: Raphidophora cryptantha infloresence .
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- Date: Mon, 6 Oct 2008 09:52:09 +0000
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> Subject: [Aroid-l] Raphidophora cryptantha infloresence .
I`m certain that someone ''out there'' has photos. I remember when Pete Boyce and a bunch of us aroid nuts were discussing and examining this species where it grows as a shingle plant and covers walls in the rare plant house at Fairchild Gardens in Miami, we looked for and located blooms hidden under leaves. Severel people took photos that day. So it does ''hide'' its blooms, at least in the conditions under which it is growing on the wall at Fairchild.
I`d love to see photos of yours in bloom.
>> Has anyone seen the infl. on this sp. ? and taken a picture .
> I remember Brian Williams talking about it , I must try and get a picture of it .
> From my bromeliad knowledge , Cryptanthus derived its name from the supposed hidden flowers .
> They are not that well hidden , as I saw some today .
> I have peered under the leaves of this sp. and never seen much but roots .
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