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so, i've got what i think is an anthurium pedatoradiatum and the seeds seem to have ripened. anyone know how to germinate them?
 

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You should be able to germinate them on moist peat moss. They arn't like orchids, they don't need a lab.

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the seeds finally ripened so i planted a bunch in several different potting mixes as well as on straight peat moss, some on top of the media, some slightly buried.
a couple had already started to germinate, so they've got their own pots.
depending on how well these do, i may have many plants to trade....
a couple photos, sorry they ain't so great....

blurry inflorescence
not terribly blurry plant.
 

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several of the seeds seem to be germinating!...
they grow so slowly, though...
 

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