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Premature amorphophallus dormancy

  • Subject: Premature amorphophallus dormancy
  • From: "E.Vincent Morano" <ironious2@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Mon, 16 Jun 2008 22:39:29 -0700 (PDT)

I just purchased a large A.henryi that looked already fully grown for the year. Its about 18 inches tall and its about 3 years old.The guy I got it from said that he was growing it in full sun. So I put it in full sun only to have it get badly burned. I know that some amorphs can be grown in full sun if you start them there because I have done it before. Anyway, It is starting to get vertical wrinkles on the petiole as if it is starting to go dormant. Does anyone know if it will just go dormant for the season and be fine? Or is it possible that it will die? About half of the leaves were sunburned.

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