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Re: Dead Horses?


> Way back in Jan 1997, Rob McClure ( I believe)donated 
> small tubers of Helicodiceros musciverous. My old mail shows delivery 
> went to 15 in the US and a few more in other countries.
> Also curious if any of the other 15++ have had bloom or the 
> others? Is mine the first to pop?
> 

Jim,
I also was a lucky recipient of Rob's distribution.  Mine flowered
last year for the first time.  I had 2 blooms last year and currently
have 2 in bloom now with 6 more that should open in the next
few days.

It is truely one of the most pornographic flowers I've ever seen!

Alan





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