Hetter at PLANTSCOPE.NL
Fri Jan 21 06:56:46 CET 2000
I suppose that the lower temp. limit is moslty important in times when the
plant is in full growth. When it is dormant, it will sustain lower temps.
And I have noticed more often than once, that "tropical" Arisaemas tolerate
lower temps than we might expect. However, I am not yuor typical "trial and
error" kind of person when it comes to rare specimens......Sorry folks.
> -----Oorspronkelijk bericht-----
> Van: George R Stilwell, Jr. [mailto:grsjr at JUNO.COM]
> Verzonden: vrijdag 21 januari 2000 2:17
> Aan: ARISAEMA-L at NIC.SURFNET.NL
> Onderwerp: Re: Arisaema pierreanum
> Ever since we made the species list I've been just waiting to get a
> glimpse of A. pierreanum, haven't you?
> If my temperature conversion is right, this won't even
> survive in Florida
> without protection, assuming
> the 19C limit is really true.
> Many thanks to Wilbert and Mary Sizemore for bringing this unusual
> species to us.
> <GRSJr at Juno.com>
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