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Re: May I have your opinion please

  • Subject: Re: May I have your opinion please
  • From: Brian Williams <pugturd@windstream.net>
  • Date: Mon, 23 Aug 2010 00:21:58 -0400

It looks to be Xanthosoma atrovirens possibly robustum. Both are very 
large growers in hot humid conditions.

michael kolaczewski wrote:
> Greetings IAS Friends,
> Attached are 2 pictures of an Aroid
> I "rescued" late last fall from a client's
> Planter. The cold had withered the leaves,
> I was not able at the time to determine what the
> plant was.
> I suspected it was an Aroid, so I  took off all the 
> dead roots and stems, repotted
> with new media, watered in, and over wintered the
> the pot in a cool location.
> In may the new growth emerged, and I bumped up
>  the plant several times. Here we are in August, with
> great growth and habit. May I ask Other Forum Members,
> for your opinion as to an I.D. ?
> Thank you all in advance,
> Michael Kolaczewski
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