Re: Re: Unusual aroid found in greenhouse
I have to agree, A. bulbifer makes the pink leaf edges..
Does muelleri also? Cant remember
> Hi Brian,
I am not the most knowledgeable person when the subject is
Amorphophallus, but A. bulbifer is very common in cultivation and has very
neat pink edges on leaves. Let's wait Wilbert's opinion, but you can try
this by now!
>To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L
>Subject: Unusual aroid found in greenhouse
>Date: Tue, 20 Jun 2000 17:14:08 -0500 (CDT)
>Hello this is Brian Williams. This morning before work I was out in the
>greenhouse picking weeds and looking at the plants. When I found a most
>unusual aroid growing. This looks very unusual It looks like an
>Amorphophallus with a white and brown stalk and green leafs. But on the
>of the leafs is a neon pink color that just looks amazing. Does anyone know
>what this maybe? I plan to post a few pictures of it as soon as possible.
>course the pot looked like it had another plant that died in it and were
>thing came from I have no idea. Is their any forms of amorpho with this
>unusual neon pink color on the edges of the leafs?? THANKS
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