Re: RE: What amorphophallus is this?
I think also it can be noted that the presence of "leaves" with the infloresence could be attributed to someone leaving multiple tubers in one pot.....
I have seen this with my own plants many times.
> It IS paeoniifolius and you can believe me: this species is known sometimes
to produce spathes of no more than 10 cm diameter! This minimal-sized aspect
has been named Amorphophallus bangkokensis in the past.
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> Hi, all
> What is this:
> ??? Looks similar to A.paeoniifolius, but the pot seems to be too
> small for a bloming size A.p, and the simultaneous presence of
> leaves with the inflorescence also seems to indicate something
> else. Or does it?
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