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  Re: A. warocqueanum
From: DJLEEDY at aol.com on 1997.03.04 at 21:25:24(455)
David,

I have successfully crossed to excellent clones of A. warocqueanum. The
first is the most common and is the wider leaf form with yellow/white veins.
The second is a more narrow leaf, much darker green, and very white veins.
I had well over 700 seedlings going at one time from my cross. In 1995, I
donated all of my remaining aroids to the Huntington Botanical Gardens in San
Marino, California (Jim Folsom is the Director of the Gardens), including a
number (maybe 50 - 100 of the seedlings). You might try this source.

David Leedy

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