Re: titanum page
From: Kathy Upton <SKKUPTO@UMSLVMA.UMSL.EDU>
To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Monday, May 04, 1998 2:18 PM
Subject: titanum page
Thanks to you (and to Scott and Lester) for sharing the wonderful bloom with
us all. Jim would have been estatic about this event!
I can appreciate your story about the smell; you are a braver soul than even
I imagined! Indoors!?! A few years back I had a few Typhonium blumii`s in
flower on benches OUTSIDE my garage, yet the smell of flatulent swine
managed to make its way through/under the door of the garage, then
under/through the door between the garage and into my kitchen! Oh, the
sacrifices we Aroidophiles make!
>Dear aroiders- Thanks for the confirmation, Wilbert! And thanks again
to Scott and Lester for creating the new page! You can see Amorph.
titanum in flower at the following URL:
It opened Saturday night and I had it at my home for observation, not
to camp out at the University greenhouse. I had it in a warm room and
it with humidity. It was in a room with a closed door, but the stench
leaked through and into whole house, upstairs and downstairs. My husband
was a good sport about it, but my 4 year old daughter said,"Yuck! Sick!"
wouldn't stop holding her nose.
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