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Re: Big stink in Seattle (fwd)

CONGRATULATIONS!!!  With all of these flowerings....  I know that Jim would
have really been proud!

>Just wanted to let the group know that we are about to experience our
>first flowering of Amorphophallus titanum . The press has gotten "wind" of
>it and the whole neighborhood is excited. I do not know when it will open,
>it now stands 148cm tall, and the spadix is turning from yellow to a plum
>color.  Cheers,   Doug
>Doug Ewing, Greenhouse Manager (206) 543-0436
>Department of Botany
>University of Washington
>Box 355325
>Seattle, WA   98195-5325

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