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Re: [Aroid-l] Amor atroviridis - no leaf

Hello Marek,

4 of my 5 A. atroviridis did it the same way. Flower in late July, and
then ...nothing. The roots also died off, so I put them to sleep in the
soil without watering 'til  next year. I think this should be normal after
the flowering happened even without pollination. Only one tuber, where the
shoot was badly hurt, made a leaf, which is still alive. Maybe the others
will bring out a leave next year?!

Btw, the smell of the inflorescence was like cheese (or dirty feet)!

(sorry for my weak English!)

Marek Argent sagte:
> Hello,
> This spring I bought a tuber of Amor atroviridis, which I planted in the
> garden.  It bloomed in August and it still hasn't put any leaf
> It is getting cold outside so I have taken the plant home.
> I'm afraid if it doesn't put the leaf the tuber will weaken or die. What
> to do? Water it still or wait?
> Please help
> Marek

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