Re: titanum picture
Of course this is a pretty embarassing performance of an Austrian co-patriot.
So far I have not heard from him, but as an IAS member and producer of a series of
rare aroids, I tried to contact this man, who obviously runs his business just around the corner.
I offered him cooperation for further activities and to prevent mistakes like that.
In the history of aroid research Austrians have done such great work (Schott et alt.), so I am
strongly interested to catch up with this tradition.
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> Betreff: [Aroid-l] titanum picture
> here (scroll down to the bottom of that page):
> is someone offering konjak as titanum.
> Would someone know where the picture of titanum flower was taken?
> It might be recognizable, since the greenhouse looks pretty unique.
> I wrote an info to that guy that the petioles and leaves rather suit
> konjak than titanum and asked, if his "titanum" ever bloomed, since the
> flowers of konjak and titanum differ pretty much. I wonder, if my hints
> will change his presentation.. ;-)
> Happy growing,
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