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  typhonium source ?
From: Paul Draughn Sullivan <paulsull at sunline.net> on 1998.01.30 at 20:53:13(1890)
I am seeking a source for Typhonium giganteum and/or other large
typhoniums for a seasonaly flooded area. Zone 9-b/10.
paulsull@sunline.net
Pual Sullivan
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From: "Julius Boos" <ju-bo at email.msn.com> on 1998.01.31 at 08:11:25(1891)
>I am seeking a source for Typhonium giganteum and/or other large
>typhoniums for a seasonaly flooded area. Zone 9-b/10.
>paulsull@sunline.net
>Pual Sullivan
>520 East Olympia Avenue
>Punta Gorda, Florida 33950
>941-637-5900
>941-637-7352 fax
Dear Paul,
T. gigantium does not seem to "like" it here in hot Florida; I recomend T.
trilobatum, which will grow "wet" and will be 2-3 ft. at maturity. I`m out
of it at the moment, but others on the net may have plants/seed to spare.
Good luck.
Julius
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