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From: Bonaventure Magrys <bonaventure at OPTONLINE.NET>
Subject: Re: Arisaema / Pinellia
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My konjacs offset and mad run 6-12 inch stolons, and i now have them "inf=esting" locations I don't remember planting them, may have moved them fro=m, or just planted 1 wee tuber in. (Please forgive the American English o=f prepositions at the end of phrases and sentences, I just couldn't figur=e out how to rewrite it). Interestingly no seed set on any of my Amorphs =although I had all the blooming stink to enjoy.
The Pinellia, Sauromatum (er, Typhonium venosum), and much less dangerous=Arisaema triphyllum, I fanatically trace every faded bloom and deadhead.


----- Original Message -----
From: "Mellard, David (ATSDR/OA/OD)" <dam7 at CDC.GOV>
Date: Wednesday, July 5, 2006 10:18 am
Subject: Re: Arisaema / Pinellia

> >Your Amorphophallus mossambicencis (sent to me circa 2002 as a small
> zigzaggy stolon of swynertonii) is in bloom for a second year.
> Stunning!I have passed many offsets along (as mossambicensis).
> The berries on a group of Amorphophallus konjac are ripening.  I must
> get to them before the blue jays do or I'll have more konjac
> coming up
> in other parts of the garden.
> David
> Atlanta

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