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From: MJ Hatfield <oneota at ames.net> on 1996.12.29 at 19:43:39(25)|
I have a friend in Slovakia who is a member of IAS but does not have
Internet access to Aroid-L. She is a veterinarian who likes plants,
particularly aroids. She has saved some money and would like to buy
seeds/tubers of the following:
Caladium Little Miss Muffet
Her name and address are as follows:
Alzbeta (Betty) Pecarova
I'm sure she would enjoy hearing from any aroid enthusiast but if you
know where she can buy seeds/tubers, we would both appreciate your
writing to her.
Thanking you all very much.
From: Pugturd at aol.com on 1999.12.13 at 21:43:01(3945)|
Hello this is Brian Williams. I have heard from about 4 to 5 people so far on
the seeds. The place I will be ordering from is sending me a list of the
available seeds. So the price may go down a little. I will also take off a
few of the easy to get plants like Philodendron cordatum oxycardum. Which is
the only one I have been told of for right now? I will hope to see a few more
people chip in. I have enjoyed getting this together and I hope to see it
I will wait for 3 to 4 weeks for everyone that wants to get the seeds to|
e-mail me. If at that time their is enough. I will email each one telling
exactly how much that each person will have to pay. I would like everyone to
know I am not making any money from this. I thank everyone for their help. I
hope to hear form you. THANKS
From: MAIL13A/SHU%SHU at shu.edu on 2000.08.07 at 11:41:40(5251)|
I'll try to resend this:
Rob McClure writes>>>>>>>>>>>>Hi all,
I have seeds of the following aroids. Anyone out there want to trade for
some of their seeds ? I like arisaema and amorphs. especially but not|
exclusively (sorry nothing too ordinary please).
Seeds to trade :
Arisaema Kaichen A26 ('98)...possibly A.serratum ?
cheers from cold and wet Melbourne (thankfully NOT the Olympic City !)
Department of Biological Sciences
Monash University (Clayton Campus)
Victoria Australia 3800>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>>
Rob (and fellow Aroiders and AEGers):
I don't have much in the way of seeds, but here is how I'm doing now and
what I may have to offer:
Arisaema triphyllum and Arum italicum pictum - I have lots of seed of this
but more even better - mentioned later. Arisaema flavum - lots of 1 year
old bulblets and offshoots. The AEG seedex was very generous to me this
year and I got nearly 100% germination with this species. My own seed of
flavum did not fare as well, but the parents produced offsets. AEG seedex's
Arisaema amurense and consanguineum did well also and kiushianum produced
some 5 leafleters! I can have a few of those to spare when they go dormant.
Serratum from the seedex unfortunately produced only 1 of what looks like a
dormant tuberlet (came out of the seed, never saw a leaf) and 2 yamatense
were always weak and I can't find any sign of them now. All were
growing/are growing in identical conditions.
The A-28 for me was a wonderful serratum. It seems to have selfed (there
were a few stamens at the top of the pistils in the spadix) but then the
seed stalk collapsed before maturity. How can I post a picture?
OK now, my attempts at hybrid seed this year did not go as well as planned.
Many stalks collapsed (incompatability? naysayers may say so). Arisama
candidissimum in bloom mid-June 2000, pollinated by consanguineum DJHC 009,
is still holding fruit. An albescent triphyllum crossed with candidissimum
has just been harvested, and I've gotten a few germinations from triphyllum
by taiwanense. I think I'll hold on to these for a while.
I do have some triphyllum tubers that grew from December to March and
should be ready to come out of the refridgerator now. They will pop right
up in bloom within 2 weeks when removed. Most I plan for our autumn season
here in the garden but they could be available to you for your springtime.
I've also dug up some dormant Arum italicum pictum tubers, they'll come up
in October. There is one especially beautifully marked leaf form from Ellen
Hornig of Seneca Hill Perennials. They've all multiplied well. Then of
course there is Sauromatum venosum - the voodoo lily. Bring a bushel basket
to my yard and harvest your own! Take my voodoo lily, please!
Dept. of Grad. Med. Ed./Neuroscience
Seton Hall University
South Orange, NJ 07079
From: "Larsens Planteimport" <5014436m001 at stofanet.dk> on 2004.06.20 at 11:38:53(11636)|
Can some of you tell why A. hewitii seeds is so little and why A. titan seed
is so big.
Ole G. Larsen
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From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid (prive)" <hetter at worldonline.nl> on 2004.06.20 at 12:41:50(11637)|
In fact the thing is that titanum seed is big and hewittii seed normal.
Other big ones are eburneus and brachyphyllus. Most Amorphs have seeds the
size of hewittii.
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> Can some of you tell why A. hewitii seeds is so little and
> why A. titan seed
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From: "Agoston Janos" <agoston.janos at citromail.hu> on 2007.01.27 at 09:54:55(15176)|
I wonder if anybody have the Seeds book of Peter Loewer, or
any books on seeds. Any comments on this book is wellcome, if it contains some
information on Aroids please do not hesitate to tell me!
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