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From: MJ Hatfield oneota at ames.net> on 1999.11.30 at 17:02:00(3884)
In the November-December issue of the "American Scientist, The Magazine
of Sigma XI, The Scientific Research Society" is a short article, pgs
508-509, about the Seattle flowering of Amorphophallus titanum entitled
"Something Rotten in Seattle."

From: "Leo A. Martin" leo1010 at attglobal.net> on 2005.05.06 at 06:21:57(12916)
Some of you might not know about the Huntington Botanical Gardens in San
Marino, Los Angeles, California. You should.

Each spring the Huntington offers a number of succulent plants for sale
via the International Succulent Introductions list (ISI). The list is
published in the May-June issue of the Cactus and Succulent Journal of
the Cactus and Succulent Society of America (CSSA.) It is also available
via the Huntington Web site


[Disclosure: I am on the CSSA board of directors.]

This year the Huntington is offering for sale seedlings from the
Huntington Amorphophallus titanum crossed with the specimen at the
University of California, Santa Barbara.


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