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  Peltandra sagittifolia
From: "Craig Presnell" jcpresnell at earthlink.net> on 2005.01.05 at 07:32:30(12543)
I'm looking to dd Peltandra sagittifolia to my collection and although it is a native, I can't seem to find it anywhere! Does anyone know of a source for either plant or seed?

Craig Presnell

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From: Don Martinson llmen at wi.rr.com> on 2005.01.05 at 09:04:48(12544)
I'm looking to dd Peltandra sagittifolia to my collection and
although it is a native, I can't seem to find it anywhere! Does
anyone know of a source for either plant or seed?

How does Peltandra sagittifolia differ from P. virginica?

Here are some sources for the latter:

http://www.pondandplantplayhouse.com/site/678191/product/HBPA35
http://store.watergardenweb.com/arrowarum.html

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Don Martinson

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From: "William Anderson" exotaqua at bellsouth.net> on 2005.01.05 at 09:09:17(12545)
Craig,

Try www.Tricker.com/.

Bill

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From: "Bryant, Susan L." SLBryant at scj.com> on 2005.01.05 at 09:22:48(12546)
Title: RE: [Aroid-l] Peltandra sagittifolia

P. virginica was all I could find, too.
Go to www.froogle.com and type it in, or just type in Peltandra, and you will find some places selling it.
susan

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From: "William Anderson" exotaqua at bellsouth.net> on 2005.01.05 at 09:46:39(12547)
Title: RE: [Aroid-l] Peltandra sagittifolia

I checked in the University of South Florida' Atlas
of Vascular Plants and both species are valid with P. saggitifolia' having
a larger "hood". There very good illustrations for both species. Go to www.plantatlas.usf.edu/

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From: Tony Avent tony at plantdelights.com> on 2005.01.05 at 15:14:49(12556)
Aroiders:

Peltandra sagittifolia is native to the Southeast US. You will find the
plant in our on-line catalog at http://www.plantdelights.com. When I
checked before, I thought it was on the Federal Endangered list, but it now
appears that this is not the case, so it can be shipped. The flowers are
completely different from P. virginica.

You can find info and photos at
http://plantatlas.usf.edu/main.asp?plantID#07

Tony Avent

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From: Floral Architecture floralartistry2000 at yahoo.com> on 2005.01.05 at 21:53:48(12558)
Plant Delights lists it. www.plantdel.com

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John Ingram in L.A., CA.

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From: Victor G Soukup soukupvg at email.uc.edu> on 2005.01.06 at 06:59:50(12560)
You might try Angus Gholson in Chatahoochee, Florida. He was able to help
me with seeds a few years ago, in season of course.

Vic Soukup

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