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Re: [Aroid-l] The flowers of ZZ

  • Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] The flowers of ZZ
  • From: "Abrimaal Svartvinter" abrimaal@o2.pl
  • Date: Fri, 11 Feb 2005 23:58:54 +0100

Thanks to all for answers.
By mistake I added the link to a page in an "unidentified" language, sorry, the correct link (to the same page in English) is below:
I bought this one in 2002 in a local garden shop, it was 55 cm (almost 2 ft) tall then. Now the leaves are about 120 cm long (4 ft), but the longest ones aren't standing vertically, they're curved down. I'm growing it indoors, at home and I don't care a lot for any special conditions.
This URL will tell you how the inflorescence behaved and there's no possibility of self-pollination, because when the male flowers began to produce pollen, the female ones had hid the stigmata. There should be at least 2 inflorescences blooming in an interval of 2-3 days.
----- Original Message -----
From: Tropicals
Sent: Friday, February 11, 2005 10:51 PM
Subject: RE: [Aroid-l] The flowers of ZZ

Thank you for sharing all the stages.  Excellent photography and layout!  Ours have not yet gone to bloom; it is nice to see the inflorescence maturing.  Not knowing your language; are we to presume they dried up and did not form infructesence (as seen in bottom right hand photo?)


How many years did it take your plant to produce bloom?  At what zone, temperature and humidity level are you growing them?


Thank you for your time and increasing my botanical vocabulary…Christian


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