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Caladium to enhance thw amaryllis blooms

Posted by stampstudio EL Monte CA zone10 (bill@stampstudio.com) on
Mon, Jun 16, 14 at 16:05

I am working on hybridizing caladiums also.
Looks like most of it is done in Thailand. No telling as they also supplied the varigated ferns with the chemical added. I still don't know who came up with that blue dye they added to the Phalaenopsis orchids.


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RE: Caladium to enhance thw amaryllis blooms

Bill, are your goals commercialization, or are you just doing it for fun?
K


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RE: Caladium to enhance thw amaryllis blooms

My goals are the challenge and the fun. Not making money. I am to old for that and if i would make anything the government would find a way to get it.
Bill K


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RE: Caladium to enhance thw amaryllis blooms

Bill, I just got home from a trip and found a huge seed pod on one of my caladiums. Guess I'll try and grow a few.
K


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