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From: angel morales angel151 at earthlink.net> on 2002.03.31 at 06:29:43(8385)
Hi, does any one here , grow , or keep Amorphaphallus , in indoor containers
in the house? And what are some of the considerations that one should keep
in mind if one should decide to keep this plant indoors.
From: angel morales angel151 at earthlink.net> on 2002.03.31 at 15:03:15(8386)
Addendum to previous question on Amorphophallus...is it even possible to
grow tubers or bulbs of this species in the house in a zone 5 environment;
has any one been able to do just that? angel

From: "Erik" h.wiechers at pl.hanze.nl> on 2002.03.31 at 16:34:48(8387)
Hello Angel,
i grow my Amorpho's only indoors due to the weather here (the Netherlands).
What you need is bright light and good soil like any other plants. A sort of
small greenhouse is the best ofcourse. What i use is Cocopeat for soil and
every now and then some fertilizer (Miracle Grow). Last year one of the
A.muelleri's got about 200 % bigger due to 2 stems. The bulb's diamter
wasabout 17 cm. (approx. 8 ") So i guess it liked it's soil and fertilizer.
My other Amorpho's also do like this soil.


From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid" hetter at worldonline.nl> on 2002.03.31 at 17:05:49(8389)
The species of which I know that they have been grown in a home succesfully

A. konjac
A. bulbifer
A. beccarii
A. johnsonii
A. dunnii (A. odoratus)

But I guess others may have more species to mention.

Of these I would recommend to start with konjac and bulbifer when you are a


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