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Re: Alocasia Black Velvet

well, all of this is not a good sign for me then as my plant has 2 
inflorescences.  truly, i have never seen this plant with more than 4 leaves 
and i know from others that they had very little luck growing it.  this is 
also my 2nd plant, i have already lost one.

one correction, i had said previously that it was fragrant but i think i was 
smelling something else that day as i have not detected any fragrance since.

tsuh yang chen, nyc, USA (excited about Anthurium crystallinum 

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