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Re: An Amorphophallus gigas blooms in California

  • Subject: Re: An Amorphophallus gigas blooms in California
  • From: bonaventure@optonline.net
  • Date: Sun, 24 May 2009 11:06:17 +0000 (GMT)

Gee its fun to tick off Wilbert. You sound like one of the 18th century orchidists "Surely you will drive the botanists mad".
Wilbert, these will be only plants in cultivation. I can think of a few aroid genera extensively hybridized for manipulation of blooms appearence and cultivation feasability. Anthurium, Zantedeschia and Spathiphyllum come to mind. Am I forgeting others?
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