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Re: Anthurium pollination

As for pollination of my Anthuriums, I use the original method. I wait till 4-5
days have passed for the new bloom, watch all the flies and other nasty insects
attack the plant, then some weeks later I have nice plump seeds. Last year, I
placed the ripening seed stalk into a loosely fitted plastic baggie only to
have a raccoon tear it apart. The resulting mess fell into the pot and several
seeds germinated and I now have several small starters.

Beginners luck.

Tim McNinch

Peter Wunderlin wrote:

>  Hi everybody,
> Since I started to collect Anthuriums on a more serious note I have quite a
> few plants here that flower but never set seeds. How do I pollinate them?
> I am totaly new to this but I am very interested to learn.
> Best Regards
> Peter

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