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Re: [aroid-l] Amorph Blues Part 2

Yup, pretty much as i expected.

Thanks for your advices guys and gals.

All i can say is a quote from the great Homer himself. (Simpson that is!)



On 30 Jul 2004, at 12:44, Wilbert Hetterscheid wrote:

Suddenly putting an Amorph in the sun is a bad idea. They are not sun-loving
plants to begin with, although some do accept a few hours when the leaves
have developed in bright conditions. I don't think your bulbifer will suffer
too much. It is a very strong species and even one of the few able to make a
second leaf after disturbance.

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