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Re: Amorphophallus question


It is not  unnormal for a seedling to preform as yours is...

For potting media...  got to the IAS Web Site...  there is an excellent
article there on horticulture.
Dewey


>I have an Amorphophallus seedling of unknown species, about one year old, 5"
>tall. It has not gone dormant, at least not in my possession (about 6
>months). Recently, it has started to look pretty bad but another shoot has
>emerged next to the first.
>
>Do Amorph. seedlings sometimes send out new growth before the old growth has
>died off? What is a typical potting mix for these? Unfortunately I don't
>know it's origin.
>
>Paul

Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
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