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From: Giorgio Pozzi <studio.pozzitaubert at TISCALI.IT>
Subject: Re: Mystery plant
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Il giorno 30/mar/07, alle ore 21:55, George R. Stilwell, Jr. ha scritto:

> A mystery plant has arisen in one of my nursery beds, It looks very
> much like Arum italicum, but there never were any Arum in this bed.
> I did have some Amorphophallus planted there in 2004, but I thought
> they were all moved and I don't remember one like this.
> The Amorphophallus that were planted there were A. elunnie, A. konjac
> A. leomjere, A. macrophyllum, A. paeonifolius, and A. yuloensis.
> I'm sure it's not konjac or paeonifolius, but, not being an
> Amorphophallus buff, I don't know what the others look like.
> Any suggestions?
> Ray Stilwell

May be a seed spread in past time from a bird? A small tuber hidden
in a pot when you bought a different Aroid from a nursery?

Any garden near you with similar leaves?

Possible to see a picture ?

Let it grow and the mystery will be cleared.


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