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[Aroid-l] Dracontium amazonense

  • Subject: [Aroid-l] Dracontium amazonense
  • From: "D. Scott Taylor" staylor@brevardparks.com
  • Date: Wed, 29 Mar 2006 15:23:27 -0500

Hello all: I have growing the above species for a few years and can't quite figure out patterns of dormancy.  My larger tuber (flowering age) goes dormant in the fall, but many of the smaller ones do not.  Growth declines in the fall, the petioles collapse, but remain green and cannot be pulled from the tuber, and then new growth resumes in warmer weather: so there is no real dormancy.  I am in central Florida.  Any ideas/insights?
On Mar 29, 2006, at 12:15 PM, Denis Rotolante wrote:

We have grown P. verrucosum in the nursery but never any large numbers. Like so many plants which originate in a cloud forest type environment it does not appreciate our Summer heat and always grows much better in the cooler Fall Winter and Spring Months. In the summer it stops growing and just stares back at you when you walk by. It is hard to root the cuttings so we lay the vines out on a tray of chopped sphagnum moss so they can grow roots at the nodes into the sphagnum.
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D. Scott Taylor, Ph.D.

Central Region Land Manager

Brevard County Environmentally Endangered Lands Program

5560 N. US 1

Melbourne, Florida 32940

V: 321.255.4466 FAX 321.255.4499

email: staylor@brevardparks.com


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