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From: Bonaventure Magrys <bonaventure at OPTONLINE.NET>
Subject: Re: new member
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So, whats the chances that a female sikokianum inflorescence, and one of =serratum v. angustatum, the only ones of their species present in my gard=en, were fertilized by concurrent male triphyllum and/or ringens blooms?

Bonaventure Magrys
Cliffwood Beach, NJ
USA zone 7
under 3 inches of snow

----- Original Message -----
From: "George R. Stilwell, Jr." <GRSJr at WORLDNET.ATT.NET>
Date: Thursday, March 3, 2005 11:30 am
Subject: Re: new member

> Roz,
> There are a few natural hybrids, but not enough that one would
> expect to
> find them in seed packets unless they're so marked. Likewise,
> don't expect
> them to pop up in your garden.
> A few of the well known hybrids are:
>    A. monophyllum x serratum
>    A. sikokianum x takedae
>    A. sikokianum x tosaense
> I strongly recommend that you get Guy & Liliane Gusman's book it
> is a "Must Read" for all Arisaema enthusiasts. It is available from
> at a bargain price.
> Ray

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