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RobertChumley
Aug 22, 2011 4:22 PM CST
Any thing I can bring you?( I have two 'Brian Williams' hybrids you may like).Tell your other half hi for me. I have a 'paludicola,' but no bloom yet. I have some philodendron "Hope' that is variegated if you want more meconostigma for posible hybrids.I will have a 'monstera dubia' cuttig and also [ a cutting of a monstera that I found in the Panamanian jungle in 1978] while looking for cycads. Bob
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LariAnn
Aug 23, 2011 7:31 PM CST
Bob,

Thanks for the note and the offers. What would really ring my bell is one of your curly Philos, if you have an extra one. I've bred several lines of dwarf Meconostigma Philos and the curly leaf would really liven up the dwarfs in future crosses. The variegated ones are truly spectacular but I think that it won't come true in breeding, as the chimeric cells would segregate out into all green and all white (or yellow) seedlings.

I look forward to seeing you at IAS in a few weeks,
LariAnn
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