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  Anthurium fruiting/ largest leaves
From: "Enid" enigo at bellsouth.net> on 2006.04.11 at 01:57:59(14080)
Hi all,
How about Bill Rotolante's Anthurium "Big Bill" hybrid of A. pendulifolium
x A. cubense?
This was taken today, longest leaves Bill measured at 9 ft.


From: "Julius Boos" ju-bo at msn.com> on 2006.04.11 at 09:38:02(14082)
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Dear Enid,

Thanks for sharing---what a fantastic, beautiful and HUGE aroid! Good job,

Good Growing!


From: Tom Vincze philofan at philodendron.org> on 2006.04.14 at 22:33:47(14084)
Here's Big Bill from another angle...(taken during IAS Show '95)Regards,Tom Vincze Hi all, How about Bill Rotolante's Anthurium "Big Bill" hybrid of A. pendulifolium x A. cubense? This was taken today, longest leaves Bill measured at 9 ft. ? Enid ? Natural Selections Exoticswww.NSExotics.com ? ?_______________________________________________Aroid-l mailing listAroid-l@gizmoworks.comhttp://www.gizmoworks.com/mailman/listinfo/aroid-l _______________________________________________
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From: "Tropicals" Tropicals at SolutionsAnalysis.net> on 2006.04.14 at 23:57:36(14085)
OUTSTANDING SPECIMEN, a scholar and a gentleman!
Thanks for sharing with us Enid and the Rotolante’s. Most beautiful Easter
basket I’ve ever seen!

Christian Perkins

From: =?UTF-8?Q?=C3=81goston_J=C3=A1nos?= agoston.janos at citromail.hu> on 2006.04.15 at 08:37:58(14087)


This is the biggest Anthurium what we can buy in
Hungary, it's called A. 'Jungle King' perhaps the little sister of 'Big Bill'
who is really big.


From: Brian Williams pugturd at alltel.net> on 2006.04.15 at 16:34:08(14089)
Love the photo Dr Croat looks a bit stunned LOL. He a tall guy so that
plant has to be huge.
From: Tom Vincze philofan at philodendron.org> on 2006.04.16 at 00:27:20(14091)
Thanks. It reminds me of a Close Encounters scene, or can we call it
Plant Encounters?

Denis was kind enough to give a few of us a tour of his nursery
during the show. Amazing plants!

Here is one of those "look how big this leaf is" shots of yours truly
during the visit. This one I believe is the A. faustinomirandae. This
plant looks pretty mature, although I'm not sure how big it would get
in the forest.

Tom Vincze

From: "Enid" enigo at bellsouth.net> on 2006.04.16 at 17:11:27(14092)
Warning: This message has had one
or more attachments removed (A. cupulispathum.jpg.lnk). Please read the "mallorn-Attachment-Warning.txt"
attachment(s) for more information.

...and another for good measure..
Here's Sam with the Anthurium cupulispathum that we saw at Hilo Botanical
Gardens last year.

From: HUDSONSBIRDS at webtv.net on 2006.04.16 at 17:54:00(14093)
I am enjoying this thread (Biggest leaf) I am however surprised that
there has been no mention of Alocasia robusta or any of the larger
leafed Philodendrums ?

From: "Abrimaal" abrimaal at wp.pl> on 2006.04.17 at 00:23:26(14094)
I mentioned it a few days ago, this is the link I included.


From: piaba piabinha at yahoo.com> on 2006.04.17 at 15:46:22(14095)
did anyone get this file? for me nothing came through
but some weird 1K file.

--- Enid wrote:

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