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[aroid-l] Flowering season for asian Amorphophalluses

  • Subject: [aroid-l] Flowering season for asian Amorphophalluses
  • From: ken@spatulacity.com
  • Date: Tue, 27 Apr 2004 11:51:15 -0400

My imperfect understanding of the asian Amorphs would have them flowering at
the beginning of the rainy season. Is that correct?  If so, is it sort of
generally correct or is it excellently correct (or am I a dunderhead)?

I'm specifically curious at what time of year the Javan species would most
likely be producing the inflorescence, and if multiple species would do so
within a narrowish window of time in relation to each other.

I thank the experts in advance!


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