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[Aroid-l] A.haematospadix

Yes, Folks
I can subscribe that by own experience;
- During an lecture hold by Mr.Hetterscheidt at the Palmengarten Frankfurt, some two Years ago, a flowering A. haematospadix was present and its Smell  was offerd to the auditors... Since that evening I try to get this Species because of its Smell, wich is surely Banana, but on its way to become a fruity Wine!
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