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Propagating the corpse flower

Date posted: 11 July 2014

The Mount Lofty Botanic Garden Nursery has successfully propagated the corpse flower (Amorphophallus titanium) using several different methods.

Propagating the corpse flower – vertical method

In this video Matt Coulter, Horticultural Curator of Plant Propagation, explains the first technique.

Propagating the corpse flower – horizontal method

In this video Matt Coulter explains the horizontal method of propagating the corpse flower.

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