contractile roots, rot
genebush at MUNCHKINNURSERY.COM
Fri Sep 5 04:34:32 CEST 1997
Carlo & Others,
Interesting. I have a large form of Arisaema dracontium (about 5')
that I decided to move to a different location last fall. Remembering
that it always fell over right after seed production I decided to plant
it deeper for a better hold this year. The large tuber was planted at
least 8 inches deep between some established ferns. Well, it is right
back up to the surface like the ones in a more shallow soil. Fell over
the ferns this year.
Though this may be of interest, Gene
Gene Bush Munchkin Nursery So IN Zone 6a
genebush at munchkinnursery.com
AR>On the other hand, even in zone 4 I have seen triphyllums that are barely
AR>under the surface of the compost in the woods. In fact most of them are very
AR>near the surface.
AR>Carlo A. Balistrieri, J.D. Email: CABalist at facstaff.wisc.edu
AR>P.O. Box 327
AR>Ashippun, WI 53003-0327
AR>Voice: 414.569.1902 Telefax: same number, please call ahead.
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