GeoForsy at AOL.COM
Sat Mar 17 00:53:13 CET 2007
Thanks Chris and Giorgio for the welcomes,
Actually Chris, other than the native triphyllum, the only arisaema in my
garden as of now is consanguineum 'Perfect Wave' which I purchased from Se=neca
Hill last summer and got planted before freezing weather. All else have bee=n
obtained since winter set in and could not be planted outside yet. I am
planting lots of seeds, and have many healthy seedlings of 6 species growingunder lights, first dormancy tubers of flavum in the fridge, and about 8 o=ther
species planted but still not germinated. Have purchased a mature
concinnatum and am eBay bidding on other things. ( I get a bit compulsive in=my hobbies
I bought the Arisaema book, though it turned out to be only a first edition,and it is wonderfully informative, even for a novice such as I am.
In a message dated 3/16/07 5:25:15 PM, OlgaChrisEmily at MSN.COM writes:
> Welcome!! This list needs some fresh discussions...I am as guilty as=the
> rest. Neat group of plants, I have some doing well, lost a few too. =With
> time, I am getting them sited better and learning more. I like the
> consanguineums a lot, esp. the "Silver Centers" that Ellen Hornig is produ=cing.
> I am originally a WE Pennsy native also, born in Phila, grew up most of m=y
> life in Bucks County, where my parents still live, but now I am living in =New
> Jersey on a relatively small lot in a nice town.
> Do you have Guy Gusman's book yet? -Chris
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