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Saturday, August 11th 2007, 1:13pm

Inflorescene vom alten Versatz des Jahres?

Von ein Paar Monaten vor errichtete ich ungefähr 100 kleinen Konjac Versatz, der 50mm bis 1cm mißt. Nach dem gesprinkelten rosafarbenen und schwarzen Wachstum öffnete Spitze fast jedes hat produziert gesundes Grün Blätter treibt.

Ein hat eine grüne Wachstumlattenspitze produziert. Es sieht wie der Anfang eines inflorescene aus. Diese Wachstumspitze ist von jeder anderen produziert durch den anderen Versatz vollständig verschieden.

Ich gebe mehr Abbildungen bekannt, wie sie wächst.

A couple of months ago I planted about 100 small Konjac offsets measuring 50mm to 1cm. After the mottled pink and black growth tip opened nearly every one has produced healthy green leafs.

One has produced a pale green growth tip. It looks like the start of an inflorescene. This growth tip is completely different to every other one produced by the other offsets.

I will post more pictures as it grows.


Wednesday, August 15th 2007, 7:56pm

A better picture showing a 1 year old Konjac offset measuring under 1cm producing a small 5cm high inflorescene!

Eine bessere Abbildung, die einen 1 Einjahreskonjac Versatz mißt unter 1cm zeigt, ein kleines 5cm hohes inflorescene produzierend!

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Wednesday, August 15th 2007, 9:44pm


'MoMo's Green Dwarf' :^^:


Saturday, September 1st 2007, 8:00pm

Nicht ist Konjac - aber was es?

Ich kann nicht nichts, so zu wachsen zurückrufen, bevor und die Birne oben gegraben wurde und mit meinem Konjac Versatz vom letzten Jahr - jede mögliche Idee gespeichert, was dieses ist?

Gibt eine bessere Abbildung später bekannt

Not a Konjac - but what is it?

I can't recall growing anything like this before and the bulb was dug up and stored with my Konjac offsets from last year - any idea what this is?

Will post a better picture later.



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Saturday, September 1st 2007, 9:37pm


Hi there,

please contact me... I'll help you to find out what kind of Amorphophallus you have there !

best wishes


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Saturday, September 1st 2007, 9:50pm

Hi Chris,

what about sharing your knowledge.....
the other Amorphophiles here might be interested as well...





Sunday, September 2nd 2007, 11:43am

Hi MoMo,
I think it is not an Amorphophallus. It is an Pinellia pedatisecta
Look at my foto.



Sunday, September 2nd 2007, 12:18pm

Hi - Looking at the photos - its probably a Green Dragon - about 4 or 5 years ago I acquired some seeds from the USA - but I can't recall the exact name of the plant. They failed to germinate so the compost plus ungerminated seeds were dug into a border in my garden - that I now grow my Konjacs on!

Posted a better photo showing height of plant.

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Sunday, September 2nd 2007, 1:29pm

Hi MoMo,

Pinellia tripitata or P. peltata are sometimes called Green Dragon.
Maybe also a common name for all Pinellia spec.
Do a google poictures search for 'Pinellia Green Dragon'.

What a pity! A konjak 'MoMo's Green Dwarf' would have been too nice..... ;-)

Happy growing,


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