Article: Flirting with Amorphs.: WONDERFUL Article!!

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By Tropicbreeze on March 6, 2011

I developed an interest in these plants many years back when I found a whole lot of A. galbra flowering in a monsoon forest in the northern floodplain country of the Alligator Rivers Region. I was intrigued to find dozens and dozens of these unusual flowers virtually carpeting the ground.

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ImageHenryr10
Mar 12, 2011 9:49 AM CST
Name: Ric
Cincinnati, Oh
Zig I'm, as always, amazed at the plants that just pop up down there.

GREAT article and well timed as the few I have are just getting ready to be brought out of dormancy.

THANKS!
Ric
“The pain I feel now is the happiness I had before. That's the deal.”
C.S. Lewis
tropicbreeze
Mar 13, 2011 6:03 AM CST
Ric, yes, ours will soon start winding down. Well, the A. prainii already has. Time for yours to start taking centre stage.
ImageHenryr10
Mar 13, 2011 9:26 AM CST
Name: Ric
Cincinnati, Oh
I sent a link to the Amorphs Cubit so they can enjoy your knowledge on the unusual plants.

http://cubits.org/amorphophallus/

“The pain I feel now is the happiness I had before. That's the deal.”
C.S. Lewis
Imagebillyporter
Mar 24, 2011 10:28 AM CST
Name: Sally
Nichols, iowa
They are fascinating and beautiful! I like everything about them, but the odor, LOL! If I could grow them outdoors year round I would have them!
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