Craig E. Nelson|
Professor (Emeritus) & Faculty Development Consultant
Biology & SOTL
Indiana University, Bloomington
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1. Re: Anthurium splendidum Group ID and culture. (BETSY FEUERSTEIN)
Date: Mon, 7 May 2018 17:07:22 -0500 (CDT)
From: BETSY FEUERSTEIN
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Anthurium splendidum Group ID and culture.
To: Discussion of aroids , Tom Croat
I collected this years ago as Tom did along a stream. I grew it in a large terrarium under lights. It never was happy in the greenhouse. In the wild this thing looks like a peperonia. I found it up off of the stream a good bit in the bright sun. I would not suggest trying that one. It is in an area that has wet/dry seasons and that may be why it went down and then came up again this spring. That would suggest to me light might be a factor also in its survival.
Good luck keeping this growing. Do not let it get cold for sure.
> On May 7, 2018 at 3:21 PM Tom Croat wrote:
> Dear Craig:
> This must be one of the more troublesome aroids to grow. I saw it only once in the wild and it as along a creek. I would be tempted to grow it in near terrarium conditions where you could maintain high humidity.
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> Subject: [Aroid-l] Anthurium splendidum Group ID and culture.
> Ecuagenera photo attached.
> I have a recently acquired plant of this which went dormant over the winter (in a warm greenhouse) and has just resprouted.
> What is the correct name? Cultural suggestions?
> Craig E. Nelson
> Professor (Emeritus) & Faculty Development Consultant
> Biology & SOTL
> Indiana University, Bloomington
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