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RE: [Aroid-l] Seedlings Available

  • Subject: RE: [Aroid-l] Seedlings Available
  • From: "Darnowski, Douglas William" <ddarnows@ius.edu>
  • Date: Mon, 25 Oct 2004 13:45:29 -0500
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  • Thread-topic: [Aroid-l] Seedlings Available

Sorry to take so long--busy weeks with the new baby. A picture of the seedlings is attached.

Thanks,
Doug

-----Original Message-----
From:	aroid-l-bounces@gizmoworks.com on behalf of Bryan Lampl
Sent:	Thu 10/7/2004 11:30 PM
To:	Discussion of aroids
Cc:	
Subject:	Re: [Aroid-l] Seedlings Available

hello Doug,

any chance you have photo of the plant. if you think it is muelleri, then i
would be interested in trading or purchasing a few seeds. let me know.

thanks.

Bryan

> Hello. I am new to the listserv, a botanist from Indiana. I joined because I'm
> looking to get rid of some seedling Amorphophallus plants. The seed came from
> a plant I got from a friend in Hawaii who got a small tuber from a friend in
> Indonesia (I think, might have been somewhere near Indonesia). After about 3
> years and when the tuber weighed a pound or two, it flowered--the spadix was
> maybe 18-24 inches high, fruit went from green to yellow to red. Leaves when
> on the flowering-sized plants before it flowered were maybe 30 inches high.
> Clearly from Amorphophallus, but I don't know the species. A list member, who
> suggested I join, and who I've swapped seed of this with said it looked like
> it might be A. bulbifer, or perhaps A. konjac or A. muelleri.
> 
> This is my only aroid--I grow and do research on carnivorous plants. If anyone
> would like to swap for a seedling with 3-4" tall leaves, please email me at
> ddarnows@ius.edu. Alternatively, I could sell them for $5 each plus postage.
> 
> Thanks,
> Doug
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