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  Amorphophallus kiusianus
From: "Harry Witmore" harrywitmore at witmore.net> on 2002.09.15 at 13:54:00(9419)
I have about 30 berries from this Amorph that are ripe and I would like to
offer for anyone on the list that would like them. I will divide them among
those that respond to me directly.
Harry Witmore

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From: "Harry Witmore" harrywitmore at witmore.net> on 2002.09.16 at 05:12:51(9421)
All the seeds are spoken for. Thanks for the response.

Harry Witmore

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From: Stanley kaufman <kaufmanrareplants at yahoo.com> on 2008.10.18 at 07:54:35(18651)
I bought seeds from England and one geminated the first summer and 2 doz. more not until a year later. When I transplanted them later they all promptly died!

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From: ALLAN TETZLAFF <atetzlaff at rogers.com> on 2008.10.19 at 12:02:45(18653)
Perhaps we got our seed from the same source - I got mine from Chiltern Seeds I believe. Anyway, they did fine for me, though some have since declined or perished. The did seem to do better in the greenhouse in the winter, when it does not get too hot. Summers where I live can be really warm. I always repot after they've died down to put them in fresh mix - with lots of perlite.

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From: Stanley kaufman <kaufmanrareplants at yahoo.com> on 2008.10.20 at 10:46:37(18662)
Yes, I did get the seed from Chilterns. Do you have a small bulb to sell or trade?

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