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[aroid-l] Other Amorphs

  • Subject: [aroid-l] Other Amorphs
  • From: MossyTrail@cs.com
  • Date: Fri, 09 May 2003 22:36:55 -0400

All this talk of Amorphophalli has reminded me of that big Amorph giveaway every year -- which I always manage to miss by having no place to put the plant.  But, one of these years I'll catch it at the right time, and when I do, I'll be sure to ask for the A. smithsonianus.  Now, I have never seen that one discussed here; most Amorph talk here is about titanum and konjac, with occasional sidebars on gigas and paeoniifolia.  Does anyone here grow the smithsonianus, and can tell me about its blooming habits (under your particular conditions), smell, whether you have pollinated it, etc.?

Jason Hernandez

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