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Re: Fall flowering Sauromotum

I have grown thse plants for several years but have never
bloomed in the fall.  I have other plants that usually
only bloom in the spring but are blooming this fall too.
Ray Maynard
> I have dozens of Sauromotum from several sources which flower each spring in
> or out of soil.   One is now flowering in the ground in late October here in
> New York.   Is this unheard of, or merely unusual?

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