10-17-2004, 02:47 PM
Join Date: Jan 2004
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My Aponogeton undulatus
'Dwarf & Variegated' reproduces just like Sue's description: a stiff stem will come up and little nodules will form along it that eventually sprout little leaves; at which point, you sever, plant, and it becomes a brand new plant. The entire cycle occurs under water.
No flower, nothing. It's so peculiar.
Reminds me of how the Alliums produce bulblets from the tens of florets on its "flower"; but at least the Alliums produce a flower whereas I've never seen an inflorescence from my Aponogeton.