fortnight ago I had in bloom:
Arum palestinum (both the foetid and the rotten fruit ecotypes)
Easter morning I had around twenty Typhonium roxburghii in full glory.
now I am in anticipation of my very first Synandrospadix vermitoxus inflorescence.
I have no idea about its odor, foul or fair.
D. Christopher Rogers
Senior Invertebrate Ecologist/ Taxonomist
P.O. Box 4098
Davis, CA 95616
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To: Discussion of aroids
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Spring STINKS!
all mine in the ground, the only ones up so far are the Dracunculus
vulgaris. I must have one of the "wimpy sissy" clones. It
only smells faintly - kind of like a dead cat in the next-door to the next-door
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Alan Galloway <email@example.com>
Friday, April 24, 2009 6:08:29 AM
[Aroid-l] Spring STINKS!
getting home from work yesterday afternoon, as soon as I opened the
door, this awful putrid smell hit me......and I knew exactly what it was.
the garden the following were in full bloom:
various Arum species
scent of the tall bearded Iris never had a chance of being noticed -- Spring
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