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This isn't an update, but I was walking in some random "forest" near my house and I found these!

(They are A. Variabilis)
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All of it...very cool! I've been growing konjac for 3 or 4 year...someone gave me a baby corm in trade for a ctsm. It's grown really well over the years and I'm about to up pot the clump to an 18" pot. No flowers yet...I am hoping for them this next spring.
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my bulbifer snapped in some wind, and my konjac is going dormant. the sauromatum just finished. bad news, one of my arisaemas started dry rotting, and i'm trying to fix it...
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Just noticed today that the second seed has a sprout (not just roots)

The first plant has grown 0.5 cm in 1 day and night, very fast compared to the growth speed before!

As a "bonus", here's a pic of a Pistia flower
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finally someone who realizes water lettuce is in the araceae family!!

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finally someone who realizes water lettuce is the araceae family!!
Haha, I was a bit shocked when I found that out. I've always thought they where some kind of aquatic fern or in the Asparagales.
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I was rather surprised too. I love how the leaves are so soft though. I was going to get some this year to accent the water lilies but I kept putting it off and now it's too late...
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I was rather surprised too. I love how the leaves are so soft though. I was going to get some this year to accent the water lilies but I kept putting it off and now it's too late...
Did you know that the leaves stay dry even when you dunk it in water? It's a really nice effect, and sometimes water droplets stay on the leaves. Anyway, I think it would be better if we had this "Casual Conversation" elsewhere, not on this thread. DMs?
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