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From: Brian Williams pugturd at alltel.net> on 2004.01.15 at 17:57:34(11019)
I have a list from Alvim Seidel if anyone is interested please contact
me on getting the seed list. I don't know if anyone plans to put
together a order or not but I would be interested if one is done. Just
hope people appreciate the work Harry did with the last one still not
sure how he counted the seeds out LOL.

Also does anyone know what this is??? I found a link on the site it is
said to be eaten as a food it looks like a Amorphophallus to me but has
multiple blooms??

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From: "Albert & Febie" mrknight at charter.net> on 2004.01.15 at 19:22:26(11021)
I am very interested in ordering. Just let me know when where how and the
other pertinant info.
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From: "Wilbert Hetterscheid (prive)" hetter at worldonline.nl> on 2004.01.15 at 20:27:31(11022)
Brian,

The plant on the picture is Amorphophallus longituberosus. Whether there are
three inflorescences on one tuber I could not see. I could only open a
picture with the number 2. From that one it is not certain. I doubt it
represents one tuber/plant.

In the link you can see the term "Bukdang". In Thai the word "buk" is used
for Amorphophallus plants and maybe more.

Cheerio,
Wilbert

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From: Harry Witmore harrywitmore at witmore.net> on 2004.01.17 at 04:54:12(11027)
Well, I counted them. 10 at a time. The big ones were not too bad but the
small ones were a pain. Just too busy this year to take it on again. I
would be interested in seeing the list if someone has it

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