Date: Mon, 6 Sep 1999 14:35:57 +0100 From: "Lindblom, Mats" <email@example.com> To: firstname.lastname@example.org Message-Id: <aabcdefg3153$foo@default> Subject: Weired S Flava
Hallo out there..
I live in Sweden where we\264ve had a hot summer this year and one
of my plants have behaved weired this season...It is one of my big S
Flavas...It is ~70cm/30inch high and several years old and grows in
a big plastic pot on my windowsill.
After doing its usual "spring growing" and went into the usual
"summer dormancy" with a lot of phyllodia it has suddenly started to
grow big pitchers again and have also sent up a new flower...On a
stalk that is only 10cm/4inch is a mature flower... I\264ve never
seen this before...What\264s happening? Is it the warm summer that
was referred to in a previous mail?
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