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Re: [aroid-l] nasty neighbor

Is it possible to sneak a blooming plant into her/his living room and hide it behind the sofa?

I discovered yesterday that someone who lives on my street has sent a letter
of complaint to our local neighborhood association mentioning my "smelly
plant", Amorphophallus paeonifolius.  Of course they don't like my
gesneriads, orchids, bromeliads either, but this is the only plant they
specifically singled out.
Do any members of the International Aroid Society have any comments about
this person ?

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