Many thanks for all your good advice regarding Amorphophallus parvulus. I
have decided to leave it alone and let it do it's thing.... I have
enlarged the holes on the bottom and side so that the petioles will have a
bit more room to do whatever they are going to do... Now, all I will do is
fertilize, water and let it grow. It will be most interesting to see the
tuber/tubers in the fall when they go dormant. But, if there is a plant
that needs multiplying... it sure is A. parvulus. It is just too hard to
grow and as a result, the more tubers the better.....
BTW, to add insult to injury.... the poor little abused tuber has put out
a SIXTH petiole. This time... right out of the top of the pot....
I will keep you up-dated on this one....
Dewey E. Fisk, Plant Nut
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