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Re: Nottoogoodnoozaboutseeds

No, we had no other Amorphophallus in flower at the time, and an 
Amorphophallus titanum hybrid might be pretty scary indeed! Shades of " The 
Little Shop of Horrors".

Donna Atwood
Selby Gardens

In a message dated 99-07-15 00:50:43 EDT, you write:

 Do you try to put the titanum pollen on any other Amorphs? I'm interested in
 hybrid potential and vigor.
 Bonaventure Magrys
 New Jersey

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