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Re: blooming Titanum at Basement

  • Subject: Re: blooming Titanum at Basement
  • From: Thom Powell <sparky4114@mac.com>
  • Date: Sun, 27 Apr 2008 20:42:59 -0400

If you don't mind me asking ..... what does a mature tuber of Titanum cost? and how available are they?  Where do you put the plant when it's in leaf form?
On Apr 27, 2008, at 3:57 PM, fzeren@aol.com wrote:

Attached picture is my second blooming A. Titanum located at my restaurant basement (Summit, NJ). It has 2 to 3 weeks to go to get full size. Hopely everything will be OK. 
I just wanted to clearify one thing: I got an  email from one of our members saying that my postings are misleading the members because memebers think that  I grew these blooming tubers from seeds at my restaurant basement. Although I never said in my post, My tubers are mature tubers (8 years old, ranging from 51 lb to 129 lb, I have 4 of them), purchased from another collector. I just stored my dormant tubers at the basement, and after aproximately 5 months they started to bloom under artificial lights and humid/warm enviromental conditions. Entire purpose of posting my pictures is to share my excitement with many people who are intersted in this magnisificant plant.
In short, I did not grow them at the basement, they are just blooming at the basement.
Any person like to see my plants are welcomed.
Zeren
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