A. rhizomatum

Diana Nicholls nichollsgardens at JUNO.COM
Sun Jul 19 06:23:41 CEST 1998

The Arisaema rhizomatum was so slimy when it arrived, I asked Jan if she
thought it had cold damage ie. frozen.   She replyed that Kaichen said
that was normal.    I decided that the best way to deal with the rotting
part was to see if I could force it into growing so it was one that I
potted and put in the basement under lights.   It did not take long to
start growing.   It bloomed and I have  a seed pod or at least had last I
looked.  Critters and "things" are active in the garden.    I planted it
in the garden some weeks ago.   I found it rather interesting and also
wondered about the hardiness as would not like to lose it and the
reported elevation was quite low.

Diana Nicholls
Nicholls Gardens MailOrder Plant Nursery
4724 Angus Drive, Gainesville, VA 20155-1217
Email:  nichollsgardens at juno.com       Zone 6B

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