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Re: Anthurium divisions?
From: Denis denis at skg.com> on 2000.04.27 at 23:36:25(4457)|
You may be right, I will look into it.
Don Bittel wrote:|
> Are you sure that pedato-radiatum is synonamous with clavigerum? My
> pedatos have smaller leaves, upright inflorescences, and the leaf segments
> are always joined at the base. The clavigerums are much different, getting
> huge leaves to 6 feet across, have long hanging inflorescences that
> resemble something from a donkey, and the leaf segments are almost
> completely free at the base. I have bought clavigerum under several names
> that all grow up to be clavigerum. But pedato-radiatum has never grown up
> to be clavigerum.
> I have also crossed pedato-radiatum with watermaliense, and vice versa.
> The hybrids come out fantastic. But I have never been successful with a
> clavigerum/ watermaliense cross. Any ideas?
> > From: Denis
> > To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L
> > Subject: Re: Anthurium divisions?
> > Date: Wednesday, April 26, 2000 5:56 PM
> > Anthurium pedatoradiatum, synonamous with A. clavigerum and also known
> > under several other names is a vining Anthurium which does not reach its
> > full potential until it is grown on a large totem pole (6 foot+) or a
> > tree trunk. Sure you can propagate it by chopping up the stem into short
> > segments with several nodes per each but you will miss out on all the
> > glorious beauty of this monster in its mature form.
> > Denis at Silver Krome Gardens
> > Homestead, Florida
> > Dyeingduk@aol.com wrote:
> > >
> > > Hi my name is paul and im new to this forum. Please excuse me if this
> is a
> > > newbie question but i purchased an Anthurium pedatoradiatum(i bet i
> > > up) and it has a fairly long "rhizome" with plenty of roots. I paid
> what i
> > > would consider a little hefty but because i had never seen it before i
> > > it. anyways i was wondering if i can divide the rhizome and have it put
> > > another plant. i only thought of this because for some reason my main
> > > of Anthurium christallinum died but put out many side shoots. just a
> > > to get more from my money..thanks in advance for any advice.
> > >
> > > Paul Marcellini
> > > Dyeingduk@aol.com
> > > Miami, Fl zone 10
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