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Re: Amorhophallus in my neighborhood?

Last summer, while driving my daughter to a garage sale in the neighborhood across the street, I was similarly surprised to see a beautiful, big Sauromatum in a pot beside someone's front door.  The lady watering the flower beds didn't know much about what it was, but has evidently had it for quite a few years.  We'll undoubtedly be buying little TC'd A. titanums at Lowe's and Home Depot
before long.

 - WG
Quidquid Latine dictum sit, altum viditur.

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