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Re: Amorphophallus query

Howdy Again All,

I am now almost certain that they aren't Amorphophallus.  I went back
through emails and found Marc Baracks Amorphophallus site and every Amorph
seems to have that 3 part leaf structure.

So my query is now whether that three part structure is in smaller immature
plants or not?  The A. konjac bulb was only around an inch or so wide, so
it is only small from what I've heard about them....... would it already
have the three part structure?

Thanks for any information.


Paul Tyerman
Canberra, Australia.  USDA equivalent - Zone 8

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