Re: Amorph seedlings
- Subject: Re: Amorph seedlings
- From: "Michael Pascall" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Thu, 16 Aug 2001 10:46:24 -0500 (CDT)
I have grown some seeds of Amorphophallus galbra , a nice form with a very
spotted petiole collected at Mt Amos near Cooktown by Marilyn Van Den Burgh
.The resultant seedlings have given me only one with a spotted petiole and
the rest are all green ! The only true way to identify these variable plants
is by the flower !
Have had great success growing Psuedodracontium sp. using the leaf/petiole
cutting method. I was amazed at the resultant tuber size after a few months
. I must try some Amorphophallus cuttings ..
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