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Re: Amorphophallus konjac

> While we're on the subject, since konjac is the only Amorphophallus I can
> grow outdoors year round, I'm still interested in locating some of the
> "giant" or "dwarf" clones, if anyone can point me in the right direction.


There is going to be a dwarf A. konjac in this year's IAS auction, see

And rumor has is that a named dwarf A. konjac called 'Pinto' (after the
not the car) will be listed in the upcoming Plant Delights catalog, as well
a flesh colored petiole version of A. konjac called 'Flesh Gordon'.


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