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  My Thanks
From: MJ Hatfield <oneota at ames.net> on 1997.02.09 at 08:54:12(314)
My thanks to everyone who contributed seed to the lastest Arisaema
exchange and to Ray who does an incredible job at distribution. Also
thank you to Dick for his kind offer of Caladiums.

I also have some questions.
1. I've never grown Amorphophallus knojac in a pot before but I have one
large tuber that rotted. I was able to save 1/3 of it. I do have others
so it is not imperative that I save this one but I'd like to try. I just
potted it (after several months in the basement, dry, without soil) and
now wonder about it's care. Any suggestions?

2. My Typhonium tuber from Rob was planted 8/18 and although it's stable
it doesn't appear vigorous. But then I am unfamiliar with the plant. Any
cultural advice?

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From: "Mr R.a McClure" <Rob.McClure at sci.monash.edu.au> on 1997.02.09 at 19:39:30(318)
> Date: Sun, 09 Feb 1997 10:55:10 -0600
> From: MJ Hatfield
> Subject: My Thanks
> To: rob.mcclure@sci.monash.edu.au
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From: MJ Hatfield <oneota at ames.net> on 1997.02.10 at 11:48:13(321)
Rob,
Thanks for the advice. But the Typhoniums have leaves, it's just that
the stems of the leaves don't seem strong. They haven't begun to go
dormant yet so I was thinking that perhaps they didn't like their
situation. And I do want them to like their new home!.
MJ

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