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Amorphophallus borneensis


a fellow aroider from Helsinki, Finnand, has grown a (supposed) borneensis from (one) seed.

While repotting the tuber he found several offsets, but is pretty puzzeled, since he was told that borneensis does not grow offsets.

Two of those offsets started growing and the leafs of the seedling and the offsets are identical.

Unfortunately you can not see the pics without registration to the forum:


However, looking foreward to any comments.....


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