George R Stilwell, Jr.
grsjr at JUNO.COM
Tue Aug 5 01:29:19 CEST 1997
When they're young you better harvest them. There's no point in waiting.
Once they're dormant, the roots decay to be replaced with new ones in the
Most northerners harvest and force their tuberlets to get two years
growth in a year. Then they plant them out the following spring and mulch
them well the following winter. See the Arisaema-L archives for details
on how to do the forcing.
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and instructions on how to get what you want.
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