Re: alocasia reticulata? in flower and mystery guest alocasia
- Subject: Re: alocasia reticulata? in flower and mystery guest alocasia
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- Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2008 09:59:18 +0000
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> Subject: [Aroid-l] alocasia reticulata? in flower and mystery guest alocasia
Steve Lucas should be interested in a GOOD photo of your A. reticulata`s bloom, so if poss., cut away a portion of the spathe to expose the entire spadix and its various structures in a close-up photo, and get a good photo of the entite plant AND one leaf blade. If Steve uses your photos, he usually gives cridits to the photographer. The yellowing then loss of older leaves on your Alocasia may be ''normal''.
Your second plant with the divided leaf blades is A. brancifolia, it used to be named Xenophya brancifolia, but was placed into synonmy with the genus Alocasia.
<<< Hello All, I work in a high end retail garden center and we got in
> some beautiful alocasias that came in marked asst. exotic alocasias.
> I was thinking the larger one is reticulata (due to the discussion on
> here in early March). But it's aprox. 5 ft. tall and the flower
> smells like a fresh newspaper! the scent fills my plant room. I
> noticed it opened last night when I came home from work (close to
> 7pm) and there was no fragrance... this morning it is very
> fragrant....we'll see how it does the rest of the day (seeing how I
> have the day off today). Also does anyone know what is going on with
> the under side of the older leaves ?(tried to get a pic of it)
> the second, smaller alocasia I have no clue as to who it is, but
> absolutely love the amorpho-like markings on it!!
> Thanxxx, Thom
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