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Heated Selloum

  • Subject: Heated Selloum
  • From: "brian williams" <pugturd50@hotmail.com>
  • Date: Wed, 8 May 2002 20:57:08 -0500 (CDT)

Went out to my fathers greenhouse today were we have growing a 9ft 
Philodendron Selloum. The trunk is about 4 or 5 ft and today it had a 10 
inch bloom which had hardly any smell. Later in the afternoon about 8:30 PM 
I went out to it. The area around it smelled of old fruit. When I went to 
smell it I could defiantly feel heat coming from it. I am talking quite a 
lot of heat which really surprised me. I always have heard of aroids 
producing heat but I did not think you would really notice it. The spadix 
was very very warm. To bad I did not have a thermometer around. I would have 
liked to known exactly how hot it was.

Tons of think is bloom here and just about all the tropicals I have for 
outside are planted in the new beds.

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