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Re: Anthurium trinerve
From: Rand Nicholson <writserv at nbnet.nb.ca> on 1999.04.02 at 21:59:46(3230)|
>I looked through the archives and see that the original message on
>"blueberry anthurium" came from Geoffrey Kibby on Aug. 15, 1997. There
>have been no posts from that particular email address since 1997 so I don't
>know if he's still a member of the listserver. (He may, of course, have
>changed his email address.)
>At 09:36 PM 4/1/99 -0600, you wrote:
>>About 1.5(?) years ago, seeds of the so-called "blueberry anthurium" were
>>About 2 weeks ago, I took a closer look and lo and behold, a small
>>infloresence was visible. You can see a photo at:
I have two of Geoffrey's A. trinerve from seed, at the same time, and both
are also putting up an inflorescence. Easy and reliable little things.
Maritime New Brunswick, Canada, Zone 5b
The Great Mud North
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