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Re: Seed Distribution : Anthurium pallidiflorum

  • Subject: Re: Seed Distribution : Anthurium pallidiflorum
  • From: Derek Powazek <fraying@gmail.com>
  • Date: Mon, 10 Oct 2011 10:06:47 -0700

Remember earlier this year when Albert sent out some Anthurium
pallidiflorum seeds? Here's an update on my happiest seedling. He's a
slow grower, but looks happy.

http://plantgasm.com/archives/5059

Anyone else here receive some seeds or have a mature A. pallidiflorum?
How are yours doing?

-- Derek



On Wed, Mar 16, 2011 at 11:18 PM, Albert Huntington <balberth@yahoo.com> wrote:
> Folks,
>
>
> I have harvested a seedhead of Anthurium pallidiflorum and have some extra
> berries.
>
> Actually, what happened was I had selfed a plant and noticed the berries turning
> color, and neglected the greenhouse for a week or two too long.  This evening I
> went in there and found the seedhead had detached an fallen to the floor.  So
> these berries are quite ripe.
>
> If you would like a couple, please send your name and mailing address OFF THE
> LIST to amh@ieee.org
>
> Anthurium pallidiflorum is one of the thin strap-leafed ones, and in my opinion
> one of the better ones.  It's not got the longest leaves, but they are nicely
> textured and velvety.
>
> About the first 10 people to respond will receive a few berries - seeds should
> be removed from berries and planted in long fiber sphagnum moss. Priority will
> be given to members of the IAS, contributors to this list, and people who have
> sent me material in the past.
>
> AGAIN - DO NOT REPLY TO THE LIST - REPLY TO ME PERSONALLY IF YOU WANT SEED
>
> (Also - it's unfortunately winter here in the northern hemisphere - please do
> not request seed if it is still freezing in your area; it is likely the seeds
> won't arrive in a viable state.)
>
> All the best,
> Albert Huntington
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