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Re: Anth. magnificum


I have had an A. magnificum growing terrestrially on the edge of the
rainforest in Dominica at about 1000' for more than 5 years and it is
magnificent.
Anne

Michael Pascall wrote:

> is A.magnificum terrestial or epiphytic ?
> found seed to ripen very quickly here.
> its spring now in Aust.
>
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