[Arisaema-l] Arisaemas in New Jersey

Christopher Gussman OlgaChrisEmily at msn.com
Fri Apr 6 02:33:56 CEST 2012

Hey Bonaventure-
I think because you are closer to the water you are a bit warmer.   My amurense is just unfurling, triphyllums and lobatums are up but just spikes.   I HOPE I found a better location for candidissimum, under the eaves of the house, but we shall see come June.  I have a lone costatum that comes up every year and doesn't do anything, increase or decline.  
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  From: bonaventure at optonline.net<mailto:bonaventure at optonline.net> 
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  Sent: Thursday, April 05, 2012 3:25 PM
  Subject: [Arisaema-l] Arisaemas in New Jersey

  Here in mid-coastal NJ, (around 20 miles east of Chris Gussman), urashima and ringens are blooming.
  Soon to follow are local triphyllum and in garden (strangely not doing as well) and amurense. Later many flavum and a surviving tortuosum  that blooms odd-numbered years. I've given up on nepenthoides, speciosum, costatum, and the griffithii-himalayan group (though I've masochistically ordered 1 more each again). Franchetii grew well but is now declining. Candidissimum has disappeared. Seems the fate of sikokianum always. Various other aroids come up later too.

  Bonaventure Magrys
  Cliffwood Beach, NJ
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