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Titanum guessing game..

     Dear Experienced Am. titanum Growers,

     I am pre-planning for the first flowering Down Under, so we can get
     big enough containers built in advance that will hold the plants and
     be able to be manoeuvred to where we plan to display them etc. etc.

     Our plants are from seed sown in 1993,  the largest leaf has a petiole
     4.5 inches diameter at soil level and 6.5 feet long. Still a baby of
     course, but the growth increments between leaves have been
     spectacular, though I haven't recorded them. Any predictions as to how
     many more leaves before flowering??

     Alistair Hay

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