The State of Things
tony at PLANTDEL.COM
Mon May 20 13:10:37 CEST 2002
The plants that Chen Yi sent out as P. cordata this season are actually
the very weedy P. ternata. This one is fine as an indoor house plant, but
not a good idea for the garden.
At 03:01 PM 5/20/02 +1000, you wrote:
>> Now... a question. I have the green-leafed variety of Pinellia cordata,
>> Chen Yi(A-99). I have noted with this one that they develop bulbils on the
>> stems, is this a norm for this sp?
>Yes its a bonus- I collect them when the leaves are drying off and
>plant in potting mix where they often appear in a few weeks.
>Dr R F Hamilton, 7 Beach Road, Snug 7054
>Temperate Marine Climate (USDA 8/9)
>Average Garden Rainfall 26.7 inches (range 21-36)
>Temperature extremes -2 C , 38 C.
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