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Re: [aroid-l] Variegated Amorphophallus

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Pycnospatha arietina
  • From: Mitsukiwi@aol.com
  • Date: Sun, 6 Jul 2003 23:26:36 EDT

Thanks again Peter.

     I appreciate the additional info.


> Hi Nancy
> In the wild plants from the monsoonal east are smaller in all their
> vegetative dimensions and the leaf divisions are finer and, well, more
> divided. The largest plants I have seen from th east are a shade under 1.5
> metres tall in mature leaf.
> Plants from the per-humid south are very robust -  I have seen them with
> leaves to 3 metres tall with a blade 1.5 metres in diameter. I known that
> Wilbert has plants from the south and I am pretty sure that he also has
> plants from the east, perhaps he could comment whether these size and leaf
> division observations from the wild remain stable, or not, in cultivation.
> Hope this is if interest
> Pete

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