Most Syngonium in cultivation here in North America do not get
pollinated so don?t set seeds. Even in the wild mature fruits are not
frequently seen owing to the fact that mature fruits are tasty and animals
quickly remove them. What is the nature of this project and what to you
mean by a LOT of seeds? If you prefer you could contact me off line.
Tom Croat, P. A. Schulze Curator of Botany
Missouri Botanical Garden
Box 299, St. Louis, Missouri 63116
On Behalf Of firstname.lastname@example.org
Sent: Sunday, March 25, 2007 2:39 PM
Subject: [Aroid-l] Syngonium
To the IAS,
I am a member currently undertaking research on Aroid morphology and am
looking for seeds of Aroids, particularly of Syngonium podophyllum. If
anyone has seeds, or sources for me to get some (other than flying to South
America or Florida) Id appreciate it. I do need fairly good provenance data.
I can pay for seeds and shipping (if reasonable). However I need alot of
seed so any donations would also be appreciated.
Eric C. Morgan
151 Brookdale Rd
Stamford CT 06903
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