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[aroid-l] re alocasia portei

  • Subject: [aroid-l] re alocasia portei
  • From: esme henderson hendkne@yahoo.com.au
  • Date: Sat, 23 Nov 2002 14:42:21 +1100 (EST)

_Peter - have you tried digging up the corms on the
roots and planting them?
Keith Henderson

> I have a 2.5 m Alocasia portei growing in my garden.
It is a great feature
> plant.
> Everybody wants seedlings, the only problem is it
wont produce offsets or
> seeds.
> How does one propagate this plant?
> I would be greatful for ideas.
> Best Regards
> Peter Wunderlin, Durban, South Africa

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