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From: GeoffAroid at aol.com on 2002.10.06 at 19:38:01(9496)
Regarding growing Amorph species inside the house I currently grow about 20
species of which I keep about 15 in the house, the hardier species growing
outdoors for the summer. I find that all species of Amorph grown so far have
no problems at all in the house; as I write I have a very nice titanum about
4 feet high, plus a hewittii of about about the same height etc. The only
problem is to ensure they get as much light as possible so I recommend a very
sunny window. Otherwise just use large pots, lots of feed and stand back! I
also have a Dracontium gigas of around 6 feet and a Anchomanes difformis
almost as tall, they look very exotic indeed with there mottled and spiky
From: "Randy Story" story at caltech.edu> on 2002.10.07 at 07:09:36(9497)
Just curious what your conditions are in terms of humidity and temperature,
including diurnal variation. Can I also assume these are grown near a south
Those are pretty amazing "houseplants".
From: GeoffAroid at aol.com on 2002.10.07 at 21:25:08(9502)
In a message dated 7/10/02 16:47:07, firstname.lastname@example.org writes:
>Just curious what your conditions are in terms of humidity and temperature,
>including diurnal variation. Can I also assume these are grown near a
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