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  Aroid-L Digest, Vol 43, Issue 25
From: sarwo_adenium at yahoo.co.id (Sarwo Goneng) on 2008.02.25 at 22:49:33(17101)
Dear every aroid lover
introduce my Self...
My name Mr. Sarwo.
Plese give me informations about Anthurium Bergundi and Anthurium Black Marie.

Regards
Mr. Sarwo

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From: lbmkjm at yahoo.com (brian lee) on 2008.02.29 at 09:41:48(17107)
Dear Mr. Sarwo,

Aloha.

The two names you are using are not valid. However, I
will attempt to give you some information.

I am assuming your Anthurium Bergundi is: Anthurium
'Burgundy'...which would be a hybrid name. I do not
know much about hybrids, but someone out there does.
The other thing that could be this is, Anthurium
bonplandii, which has burgundy emergent leaves. There
is a controversy about this which you can read on
Steve Lucas' website, http://exoticrainforest.com.

Anthurium Black Marie, must be Anthurium
'Marie'...which is a hybrid created by Ree Gardens and
named for Marie Nock. It is a notable for its dark
leaves which emerge green and turn black-green in
bright, but not burning light.

Aloha,

Leland

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From: denis at skg.com (Denis) on 2008.03.03 at 07:34:49(17122)
I'm not sure what plants you are asking about but:

Anthurium x 'Marie' is a hybrid bird's nest variety selected by Steve
Nock for its beautiful maroon foliage when grown in bright light. It is
one which has been tissue cultured by Agristarts, Inc.

Anthurium 'Burgandy' as far as I know is a tissue cultured flowering
Anthurium andraeanum (cultorum) variety with dark red spathes from
Holland.

Denis

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