I let mine
air dry for a day, then I dust them with cinnamon, place them in egg cartons,
and store them in a plastic box. If I put them on the shelf they do shrivel. If
you want to leave them in the soil, they should be either in a greenhouse, or
set the pot on a tray full of damp sand.
University greenhouse, A. bulbifer is a weed, dropping bulbils all over, which
come up in pots that they are not supposed to be in.
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Behalf Of Susan B
Sent: Thursday, October 04, 2007
To: Discussion of aroids
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] bulbifer
I'm glad this
is so easy for everyone (else). I do have to chime in and say I've never
been able to grow one from a bulbil, although I try every year- if I store dry
they shrivel up and disappear before spring. If I put them in dirt, the
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