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Re: C. gigantea-inflorcenses are arranged distichously

  • Subject: Re: C. gigantea-inflorcenses are arranged distichously
  • From: Tindomul Er-Murazor <tindomul1of9@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Sun, 19 Oct 2008 14:45:04 -0700 (PDT)

Hi, I just saw one of these in bloom in Bartlett's Arboretum in Stanford Connecticut.  The blooms were arranged in the same manner as yours.
If it is not normal, then it is in good company. Cheers.

> >>> One of our [i]Colocasia gigantea[/i] is flowering. The
> >> inflorecenses are arranged in a flat plane. Is this
> >> normal for this species or is this a mutation?
> >>
> >> Eric
> >> Orlando,FL
> >>
> >> Here are photos;
> >>
> >> http://tinyurl.com/4b4su8
> >>
> >> http://tinyurl.com/52syc5
> >>
> >> http://tinyurl.com/4cj9jm
> >>
> >>*******************************

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