Flowering Diefenbochia Houseplant???

Mitchell Parnes JBWM44A at prodigy.com
Wed Dec 28 00:11:01 EST 1994


It is a rather common happening-especially in greenhouse culture or high 
light. The flower is rather plain  if allowed to 'blossom' . It is 
usually removed at first sight in order to keep the plant from spending 
unnessessary energy on the bloom-stalk. In the 'wild' they tend to grow 
thick, tall, then fall over and multiply into clumps of undergrowth like 
a weed. This of course is in a tropical climate. There are also many diff.
 varieties. And many are  very diff. from one another in size and color.
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  MITCHELL PARNES  JBWM44A at prodigy.com * TIME AND WISDOM !
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                                       *     MITCH





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