[Arisaema-l] A ringens
cokerra at bellsouth.net
Mon Apr 9 03:11:24 CEST 2012
I hear ya!
I brought my ringens home from Japan in 1987, and it survived in a pot for
years waiting on me to finish college and settle down. It was in and out of
a pot several times. Finally it was planted in its permanent home in 2001,
and has flourished and set seeds on a couple of occasions. Now I have it
all over my garden, it's definitely the toughest Arisaema I've ever seen.
The mistake I made was assuming they were all as easy, care free and
reliable as this one. BIG MISTAKE! Luckily, because I first saw and fell
in love with them in Japan too, the kiushianum/thunbergii bunch
(urashima-sou) have proved to be easy and reliable here on the Gulf Coast
for me also.
My ringens and thunbergii have been up since January and finished blooming
over a month ago, kiushianum is finishing now.
Russell in Mobile
----- Original Message -----
From: "George R. Stilwell, Jr." <GRSJr at att.net>
To: <arisaema-l at science.uu.nl>
Sent: Sunday, April 08, 2012 11:32 AM
Subject: [Arisaema-l] A ringens
> My A. ringens started as a seed planted November 1990. It's still
> flourishing and about to bloom. Guess it must like it here on the
> north side of the house between the foundation and large yews.
> Actually there are 4 plants all planted at the same time from the
> same batch of seeds.
> At 22 years old, it probably outshines me in equivalent age.
> Arisaema-L mailing list
> Gallery: http://botu07.bio.uu.nl/temperate/?gal=arisaema
> Site: http://botu07.bio.uu.nl/Arisaema-L
> No virus found in this message.
> Checked by AVG - www.avg.com
> Version: 10.0.1424 / Virus Database: 2409/4922 - Release Date: 04/08/12
More information about the Arisaema-L