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Re: Phalloid Regularity

My amorphs are late, but I thought that was due to me planting and getting
them outside late this year.
But one oddity I've noted, the first aroid to sprout and bloom every year
(OK, the 2 years I've had it)
is my Arisema candidissimum (pink version). This blooms very early and
smells like cotton candy.  But accounts I've read call it a late riser,
often not until June.  I think mine came up late Feb or early March.
 PS.  Keep up the flow of emails, I was on vacation for a week and was
pleasantly surprised to download so many Aroid-Ls when I returned.

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