A-44 sp 5/ hybrids

aaron floden aaron_floden at YAHOO.COM
Wed May 26 21:53:49 CEST 2004

Hello to all,

I am curious to know if anyone has A-44 sp.5 from
Chen Yi, and if so, are you willing to trade?
She has never had it the past 3 years I have tried to
order and am curious to see what it looks like in the
garden. The leaves are awful broad for a member of the

And with all the talk about hybrids, does anyone have
some of Don Jacobs hybrids available for trade also?

Also, how many Arisaema actually bloom at the same
time in the garden? Serratum & englerii are usually
first for me, then ringens if it is not frozen(odd but
the 1st two are not aas vunerable to frost as
ringens), then the triphyllums, kiusianum, followed
weeks later by quinatum, stewardsonii, ciliatum,
yunnanense, saxatile, franchetii, then the
candidissimums, and consanguineum. None of the overlap
enough with fresh infloresences to actually hybridize
in my garden.
I know that some people actually want to make
hybrids, but selection of forms of species would be
better, and then crossig them for more easily grown
garden plants.

Aaron Floden
Stilwell, KS

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