info on Horticulture in general!
McAlpine, Duncan G
Duncan.McAlpine at PSS.BOEING.COM
Fri Jun 8 17:21:40 CEST 2001
Mr. Stinky returns. Fairchild Tropical Garden in Coral Gables, Fla.,
announced that for the 1st time in the U.S., an Amorphophallus titanum
has bloomed twice. Mr. Stinky, named for the rotting-meat odor it
emits, also bloomed in 1998, which was the 1st time in 60 years the
rare species had bloomed in the U.S.
> From: Carolyn Schaffner[SMTP:drsnooks at BUFFNET.NET]
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> Subject: info on Horticulture in general!
> Since many of us are just plain curious about horticulture in general, I
> thought it might be appropriate to point you to a rare horticultural
> event which is happening today at the University of Wisconsin.
> They have an Amorphophallus Titanum (BIIGGG!!! Lily) which is currently
> in the process of blooming. The are sharing it via a web cam which is
> updating the action every 30 seconds.
> The web cam address is: www.wisc.edu/botit/arum
> Don McAllister
> Longmont, Colorado
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