greg at EZI-LEARN.COM.AU
Sun Jul 19 13:09:53 CEST 1998
Would love to see a pic of the flower. When you talk about "planting" this
species, I would love to know "how" you planted it - mix, depth etc.
Australian Areae Collection
>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.
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