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[Aroid-l] Amorphophallus titanum blooming size


I bet this question was answered before, however a search in the
archives gave no results; maybe I used a wrong key word.....

The background of my question is that people in the Berggarten,
Hannover, Gernmany just repotted the tissue culture derived titanum I
donated in 2001 when it was 6 inch high.

The last leaf was about 2 m ( 6 - 7 foot ) high and the weight of the
tuber was 3,9 kg ( about 8 1/2 lbs ).

What is the minimum tuber weight for blooming?

Thanks and good growing,

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