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Amorphophallus sources in Malaysia?


I have lived in Malaysia for twelve years and haven't come across any
nurseries that trade specifically in _Amorphophallus_.  One may
occasionally come across them by chance in the many nurseries scattered
along rural roads, but their origins are often what we would consider
'shady', and rarely are they ever identified.
However, there is a nursery in Kuching, East Malaysia (your friend isn't
going to Borneo, is he?) which specialises in tissue cultured plants from
the region, especially Nepenthes, but also a *few* _Amorphophallus spp._
from Sarawak.
They operate through mail order, are extremely reliable, and are well
priced; a group order among friends makes this even more so as the
international postage rates can be significantly reduced when divided.
Check out Malesiana Tropicals at:


Warmest regards,


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