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  Anthurium reflexinervium
From: "Dr. Guanghua Zhu" <gzhu at lehmann.mobot.org> on 1997.01.23 at 01:40:57(215)
Dear aroiders,

Is there anybody has Anthurium reflexinervium alive? We used to have
a plant at MO but lost it. Appreciate any information on how to get
this species.


From: SelbyHort at aol.com on 1997.01.24 at 15:04:02(231)
We have one of the few living collection of this species in cultivation. I
am not sure where any other collections might be, but it is possible that we
have the only cultivated plant. We've tried repeatedly to self pollinate this
plant, but no success. I believe there is a plan to get this plant into
tissue culture, but I don't know when this will happen. This species is very
difficult to grow, and is not for the novice. I'll keep the list posted on
any developments.

Donna Atwood
Selby Gardens

From: Tom Croat <croat at mobot.org> on 1997.01.27 at 14:50:08(243)
Donna: Would it be helpful to know that Anthuiurm reflexinervium was
found on craggy limestone outcrops? Perhaps it would thrive better
with some changes in the Ph. or by growing it on limestone. Tom

> Guanghua,

From: W T McClure <W.T.McClure at durham.ac.uk> on 1997.01.27 at 18:52:19(244)
Dear Everybody,

My latest assignment at college is to draw up a business plan for a
horticulturally related enterprise. I've decided to pretend that I am
interested in opening up a specialist nursery dealing in aroids, and I
would appreciate your help. I'm compliling a list of aroids that would be
suitable for sale to the average person with a small garden and perhaps
owning a conservaatory or small greenhouse. My modest reasearch has
turned up the following:

From: "Albert & Febie" mrknight at charter.net> on 2004.01.16 at 02:11:37(11020)
I am in love with this plant and have looked for a long time to find a source. I am also curious as to how large it will get because The one I saw a few years ago was small. If anyone is interested in seeing such an anthurium please refer to TAP. Thanks Albert

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