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[Aroid-l] After-bloom care for A. bulbifer

  • Subject: [Aroid-l] After-bloom care for A. bulbifer
  • From: Mike! Mike@MikeMiller.com
  • Date: Wed, 20 Jul 2005 18:11:50 -0500

I have a few A. bulbifer that just finished flowering, and I'm not
sure how to care for them now.

The flowers have died back, and the peduncles are slowly drying up.
Should I pinch off or cut off the growth, or will it eventually
totally dry up and separate?  If I should remove it, should I do it
right at the top of the tuber?

Also, I want to repot these corms -- is now the right time, or should
I wait longer?

Thanks in advance for any advice you guys can give.
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