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  Growing Anthurium from seed
From: nonamethefish at gmail.com (Joseph S.) on 2007.10.07 at 15:31:07(16421)
I received some Anthurium scandens and possibly A. gracile seeds and
would like to hear how you guys start them. According to the sender
they are very easy to germinate.

From: LLmen at wi.rr.com (Don Martinson) on 2007.10.08 at 08:10:36(16426)
My favorite method for many seeds, including Anthurium is to place the
cleaned seed in a zip-lock type bag with barely moist long fiber sphagnum
moss. Germination can be easily observed and when the seedlings have formed
a bit of a root system, they can be moved to a more appropriate medium.

Don Martinson

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From: p_vieu at yahoo.fr (pascal vieu) on 2007.10.08 at 09:43:01(16428)
I have sown A. gracile and A. bakeri on pure coco
fiber, standard (but rather fibrous) peat, as
well as 50% peat 50% perlite. I put them in a
transparent plastic bag or I put a glass pane on
the pot so that the humidity level is 100% and
the soil remain quite moist. Temperature should
be kept (IMO) between 22 and 30?C. Light is
important too : without light the seeds do not germinate : do not bury them !

Regards and good luck,
Pascal Vieu

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