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Re: link on stinky plant

In a message dated 11/30/05 1:23:41 AM, mtalt@hort.net writes:

> So, in answer to your question, if your voodoo is an Amorphophallus,
> the temp. under your stairs would be the only issue.  If it stays 50F
> or above they'd be fine there; if it gets colder you need to shift
> the pot upstairs to some corner where it's warmer.  If it's one of
> the others, it would probably be fine.

Marge, guess I will risk that the temps under the stairs is okay as I do not
have a good place else where to store it.   I will let you know if it

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