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Re: A. titanum Height

  • Subject: Re: A. titanum Height
  • From: Terry Oostdyk <oostdyk1@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Wed, 25 Jul 2001 10:42:36 -0500 (CDT)

The titanum that bloomed at the UW-Madison this spring was in a pot
in one of the greenhouses, and it reached approx. 8'4" when it
bloomed.  I think this may have been one of the tallest recorded, but
I am not positive on that!


--- "WEAVER,BILL (HP-USA,ex3)" <bill_weaver@hp.com> wrote:
> My A. titanum just hit the greenhouse roof. Does anyone have 
> actual data on how high I will have to raise my roof to get 
> this to blooming size? I am looking for actual pre-bloom size
> "in captivity" (in a pot) All references I have found to date 
> list expected maximum size in the wild, which may have limited 
> bearing on "captivity" size.
> Bill Weaver
> bill_weaver@hp.com

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