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taro bloom

Posted by wallisadi deland (My Page) on
Thu, Feb 16, 12 at 16:59

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RE: taro bloom

Mark - Is this an edible variety of taro? A friend gave me a plant that looks just like yours. I thought it was an ornamental.


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not sure, if you want to stop by and eat a chunk, be my guest, have plenty...:) prolific baby maker!


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Ok now, tell me that is not an erotic looking bloom. lol eat it...sorry for my outburst. Too funny.


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Ooooh! My taro were mostly taken down by the frost, be a while before I see any blooms. The blooms on mine look like white calla lilies.


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The leaves look like Alocasia cuculata, Chinese taro. I've never seen mine bloom. A Lao friend gave it me. She said "We don't eat that".
john


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  • Posted by akaj9 9 Central Florida (My Page) on
    Fri, Feb 17, 12 at 20:35

[Ok now, tell me that is not an erotic looking bloom. lol eat it...sorry for my outburst. Too funny.]

Thats what I was thinking..or seeing LOL....seriously just by coincidence....I think not.... that was designed.....and the designer has a sense of humor too !!!!!!


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Edible Taro is known for its edible roots, not flowers! LOL.

Mark - I'll pass on the option to nibble on the plant. I was just curious.

John - My plant was given to me by my Lao friend. What a coincidence.


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i really thought lou would be the first.....big :) have a variegated one to, will post a pic when i get a chance, never bloomed.


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I have planted the seeds from a few of my different black colored colocasia's blooms. I got babies that were hardy than the mother plants in a few cases.


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Photobucketvariegated taro, a hit from the cold even heated.


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