RE: Typhonium (giganteum) behaviour
Oh the embarassment of it all.
The one time my T. giganteum made seeds I was only a passing
observer -sort of.
The plant was in most sun and I never saw the flower-not a hint,
but near frost I found a fruit obviously attached to the plant the size
shape and color of a mid-pastel raspberry about 1 inch in diameter. I
totally missed the flower so can't tell you nuttin' about size, color,
shape etc. Alas.
And I did nothing to encourage fruit set either...I was an
uninvovled seed collector only.
I separated each fruit segement (each seemed to contain a single
seed) and dried them for about 6 months. I eventually sent a few away and
germinated most of the rest. Sent off a few seedlings and finally planted
the rest outdoors and they have come up again after our cold -14 F winter.
So I now have a colony of seedlings.
Best I could do. Thanks Jim W.
James W. Waddick Voice: 816 746 1949
8871 NW Brostrom Rd E-MAIL: email@example.com
Kansas City MO 64152 Fax: 816 746 1939
Zone 5/6 -
Winter low -10=B0F
Summer high +100=B0F
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