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Re: 'miniature selloum' and Strange plant?

  • Subject: Re: 'miniature selloum' and Strange plant?
  • From: Brian Williams <pugturd@windstream.net>
  • Date: Mon, 07 Sep 2009 10:52:47 -0400

robert chumley

I am not the expert on this plant but I believe it is a weeping form 
that was collected and I have seen it in just a hand full of 
collections. Possibly a different clone.

I am sure you remember me I visited years Brian Williams.
 I have told people of the strange plant that you had growing on the 
tree at your place. If by chance you have a photo of can describe it to 
people it would be most interesting. As I remember it was a climbing 
aroid with very thin cut leaves it reminded me of an Amydrium or 
something in the mosteraroid group. The stems were extremely skinny and 
it had small thorns on it. I had never seen anything like it and it 
still haunts me to this day what in the world was that plant. A climbing 
lasiaoid? If you have any info on this I would love to hear more. I wish 
I would have got a photo or a piece when I visited.
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