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Re: Amorph. titanum at Huntington BG

We are trying to trace the seed that you planted...  Can you tell us where
you got it?  Would appreciate any info that you give.

>>I think they got their dormant tuber from Mark Dimmitt this last spring.
>That is correct.  I posted to this group last year as to what to do when
>such a plant outgrows one's greenhouse.  This was my solution.  If I had
>known that it would flower instead of put out a new, larger leaf, I might
>have kept it.  At least this way many more people will get to see it. (But
>now I have an 8-hour drive to go see it, and only if it's on the weekend
>when I can get away.)
>I sowed the seed in June 1993, so it is exactly six years old.
>Mark Dimmitt        Tucson, Arizona USA
>Business e-mail: mdimmitt@desertmuseum.org

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