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Re: Alocasia dormancy

Tsuh Yang chen, I also have Alocasia Black Velvet but this lives permanently
in a lighted (but unheated) tank in my bedroom. Average temperature is about
70 degrees F (20 Celsius) and with the added humidity of the tank (about
60-70 percent) it has stayed green and growing throughout the year and indeed
flowers like mad. I would love to try crossing this with amazonica but the
two never seem to flower at the same time!

Geoffrey Kibby

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