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St.Louis titanum

  • Subject: St.Louis titanum
  • From: KATHY UPTON <ku5@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Wed, 13 Jun 2001 21:42:22 -0500 (CDT)

Dear aroiders-  At the University of Missouri-St.
Louis, Amorphophallus titanum will be blooming in the
next week or so.  It is from seed I planted Feb. 1995
from Jim Symon.  It is from the same seed batch as the
one that bloomed in 1998 and was a "miniature"
inflorescence.  This one is currently 36 inches tall
and still growing rapidly each day.  The tuber is 12
inches in diameter and weighed 10 pounds when I
repotted it a couple months ago when it was dormant. 
Seems to be the year of the Titan Arum, from Florida
to Missouri to Wisconsin to Washington!

-Kathy Upton

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