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[aroid-l] Mreeping A. konjac

  • Subject: [aroid-l] Mreeping A. konjac
  • From: Al Wootten awootten@nrao.edu
  • Date: Thu, 10 Jul 2003 16:06:10 -0400

For several years my A. konjac stayed where I put them.  This year, one
even bloomed (but no leaf, which I think is normal after a bloom) with no seed
(I had no pollen).  However two additional A. konjac have appeared about a 
meter away in diametrically opposite directions.  Are the plants 
stoloniferous at all?  This surprised me.

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