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Re: [aroid-l] Typhonium id.

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Typhonium id.
  • From: piaba piabinha@yahoo.com
  • Date: Fri, 29 Aug 2003 18:00:37 -0700 (PDT)

your royal shape-less lingam, steve and all,

it's not sweet-smelling as it is not in bloom.  the
leaves do not look like the mature ones in the T.
violaefolium pics but then they don't look like any
Typhonium.  i suspect it is not violaefolium, but
another species.  i'll wait to see if the leaves
develop further.  so far, as i said, they are very
round and small.  

thanks for your assistance.

tsuh yang

> You'll probably have a lot of replies to this one,
> but I'll jump in with
> my guess of T. violaefolium. I don't normally
> associate words like "cute"
> with typhoniums, but this really is the cutest
> little plant, one of my
> favorites. Fragrant, too, another word not often
> found near 'typhonium'.
> Check the aroid.org photos at:

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