Stinky Bulb Now in Flower

Steve Marak via pbs
Wed, 16 Jun 2021 19:17:26 PDT
Very cute, Bob! I saw that species in the greenhouse of the late Alan 
Galloway, from one of his trips to Thailand, before it was described, 
and I thought it was cute then too. I must have missed when it was 
offered by PD - I'd certainly have gotten one.


On 6/15/2021 12:09 AM, Robert Lauf via pbs wrote:
>   Amorphophallus ongsakulii is a cute mini, and it doesn't stink.  It stays in my tropical greenhouse year round, gets a dry rest in winter, and then eventually sprouts, at which time I water heavily for the rest of the summer.  Winter temps are sometimes below 50 in the dry corner and on the growing bench in summer well over 100 at times with heavy overhead misting at noon.  The photo shows the first blooms of this season.  It will produce many more.  Got it many years ago from Plant Delights and it continues to grow and multiply.  It has never produced seeds though.
> Bob  Zone 7  where we got 2" of rain Friday and now it's hot.  After an unusually cold spring, summer has definitely arrived!
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