Re: Unusual aroid found in greenhouse
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- Subject: Re: Unusual aroid found in greenhouse
- From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 21 Jun 2000 19:40:50 -0500 (CDT)
There are several species of phalloids with the pink margin, notably A.
atroviridis (which has a velvety haired leaf stalk), A. saururus (formerly
misidentified in aroid circles as A. parvulus), A, henryi (some clones), A.
kiusianus, A. hirtus, A. nov. sp. Thailand etc. So, bottom line: make the
pictures available and I'll have a shot at it.
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Sent: woensdag 21 juni 2000 0:14
Subject: Unusual aroid found in greenhouse
> 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
> 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