Maybe I just have the luck of the ignorant. Last winter I came upon an
Anthurium Clarinervium with ripe seeds, so I harvested them. I germinated
them in moist paper towels in baggies and planted them in Pro-mix. They
are doing great. All this fuss about coconut husks is only relevant if you
have coconut husks handy. Last time I checked, global warming had not
proceeded enough for the coconuts that wash ashore here to take root.
I guess I am missing the fine points of the discussion. Are anthuriums
more difficult to raise than I have found them to be? Is there some
aesthetic reason that makes coconut husks a preferred choice?
I don't know how long it will take for my plants to mature and bloom. ( I
have 6) I hope to get more ripe seeds from the parent plant in a few more
months. Is there a mechanism within this list for sending seeds to share?
P.O. Box 871394
Wasilla, Alaska, 99687
USDA Zone 3 & 4
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