Arisaema emergence and timing

Tom and Ann Kline TomAnnKline at WORLDNET.ATT.NET
Thu Jun 19 02:03:31 CEST 2003

Please note:  My comments on the emergence of arisaemas in spring in my
garden in Northern Virginia refers to plants grown out of doors without
any extra protection but the natural fall of leaves in the autumn.
Anything that can be grown in a pot can be manipulated in many ways.
and their growth is a completely different story.
At the moment only two species have yet to emerge, Arisaema
consanguineum and A. tortuosum.
Ann Kline
lesley cox wrote:

> Hi all,  It is suggested that arisaemas emerge in our gardens
> approximately
> at the same time they would in their native habits, that being
> governed by
> the local climate. I'd go along with that but by manipulating the
> climate,
> we can make them emerge at a different time.
> A good example is A. ringens which emerges in my garden November (early
> summer here) but down the road at the Dunedin Botanic Gardens, it is
> always
> in bloom along with A. sikokianum, both grown in pots and under cover
> in the
> winter. They're stunning at the Otago Alpine Garden Group's Spring Show,
> last weekend in Sept (mid spring).
> Lesley in Dunedin, New Zealand, said to be zone 9 but I don't believe it!
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