Re: Amorphophallus Dormancy, to store dry or not to store dry...
- Subject: Re: Amorphophallus Dormancy, to store dry or not to store dry...
- From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
- Date: Wed, 17 Feb 2010 09:37:31 +0100
The hybrid can be stored dry. Polyanthis is a mixed one, sometimes they
accept drought very well, sometimes they tend to shrivel. I would keep it in
soil. Remember too that this species has a strong will to flower immediately
after leaf senescence sets in, sometimes when old leaves are still more or
less present. So when you have a mature specimen, don't withhold watering
when the leaves start to turn yellow. After flowering, it will have to be
kept dry (although every now and then I find that they will thrive again
quite shortly after flowering.......). Hey, Amorphs are easy !!!
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> Onderwerp: [Aroid-l] Amorphophallus Dormancy,to store dry or
> not to store dry...
> Hi all,
> I recently acquired a shipment of Amorphophallus tubers
> including two that I have no idea if I should store them in
> soil or dry. The two in question are A. Polyanthus and a
> hybrid. The Hybrid is a cross between A. Putii and A.
> Thaiensis, both of which I also can not find any dormancy
> storage information. And ideas or speculations would be
> appreciated, thanks!
> Jason Sarine
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