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May 7, 2011 1:58 PM CST
Name: LariAnn Garner
south Florida, USA
When in doubt, do the cross!
Zig, when I saw your Typhonium listing, I salivated, wondering how I could get some of them for my breeding program. I've seen photos of a number of species (from the IAS website) and just can't wait for the opportunity to breed with them. Caladiums are a bunch of fun to cross, but Typhonium is like the frontier of ornamental bedding aroids - almost like over 100 years ago, when Caladiums had not been crossed at all. Just think about the potential there - the wild Caladiums were tame compared to what you can get now (even more so, what with what the Thais and I have bred). So I see a future like that for Typhonium. Am I daft?


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