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[aroid-l] A. titanum on eBay

  • Subject: [aroid-l] A. titanum on eBay
  • From: "Alex Burgess" <alexcburgess@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Sat, 20 Mar 2004 01:29:25 -1000

Hi! I am very new to this list. I noticed this item on eBay (per attached photo) and just read your recent thread about another such auction where the plant was actually A. Konjac. Is this another mistaken identity case or are the plants in the picture too young to tell? Hope it is right because I bought it! I am not expert on amorphophallus. Should I just grow it for six to ten years with my fingers crossed? Any advice appreciated and thanks kindly...Alex

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