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Re: A. titanum


I'm sad but am going to resist the urge to get one of these titanums.  I
know it's the king of the aroids, etc, but reality has taken a firm hold
and I realize that if the plant won't promise to hibernate during our
freezing winters then I'm better off admiring them from afar.

I do want (and I assume several other members of the group want), however,
to hear how and where you obtained these plants.  Have they been tissue
cultured?  Should I expect to start seeing these at Home Depot labeled
simply as 4" tropical?


At 10:12 AM 1/30/99 -0600, you wrote:
>Many thanks for all the requests for info....  I will get back to you,
>individually, the first of the week....
>Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
>Your Source for Tropical Araceae

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