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TomAnnKline at TomAnnKline at
Sun Jun 9 16:09:07 CEST 2002

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From: Tom and Ann Kline <TomAnnKline at WORLDNET.ATT.NET>
Subject: Re: Late emerging  Arisaema
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Bill,  This has been a late spring for all of us on the East Coast.  I ju=st
made a quick run around the garden here in Northern Virginia and the
following arisaemas are poking through the ground;  A.'s candidissimum,
ciliatum, consanguineum, dracontium, fargesii, franchettii and tortuosum.
We had a week in the eighties and a terrible 95 F in mid April to help
things along and add to the confusion.
Ann Kline
Falls Church, Virginia, USA
38  52'  30" N  &  77 12'  30" W at 350'
USDA 7A (0 - 10 F) and AHS 7 (60 - 90 above 86 F annually)

Bill Plummer wrote:

> Question:   .  Do arisaemas come up as late as right now for anyone?
> My A. draconitum emerged this past week and is now about 30-40 cm tall.
> Bill Plummer
> Painted Post, New York, USA
> Zone 5
> 77=BA 07' 27'' West; 42=BA 09' 10" North

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