Free Arisaema sikokianum

Ellen Hornig hornig at OSWEGO.EDU
Mon Sep 8 02:07:27 CEST 1997

Don't get all excited, though - these are the offspring of a green-leaved
mom and a variegated dad, so may turn out to be pretty plain.  I have
so many yearling tubers from better stock, however, that I'd be glad to
give these away.  This might be a nice opportunity for some of our newer
members (the tuberously challenged?) to refine their arisaema-growing

I have between 50-100 little tubers, and plan on dividing them between
interested recipients (up to the first ten).  You should expect to pamper
them a bit for another year or two before setting them out in permanent
spots.  All I ask is that interested people e-mail me directly (not to the
list) with their requests and snail-mail addresses, and that they not ask
me to give cultural instructions - I'm badly overloaded with the combined
duties of professor of economics and nursery owner/operator (not to
mention sometime landscaper and, of course, gardener and plant collector),
and just don't have time to correspond.


Ellen Hornig
Seneca Hill Perennials
3712 Co. Rte. 57
Oswego, NY 13126

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