[Arisaema-l] A. griffithii culture

Mellard, David (ATSDR/DCHI/EB) dam7 at cdc.gov
Tue Dec 31 20:05:44 CET 2013

>I posted some photos of a arisaema which one person has replied saying it might be griffithii and this clone does really well in our very mild wet winters. Low temperatures below 0 degrees C are rare here. Night temperature between 5 and 10 degrees Celsius are the normal in winter here

Please tell us more…..outdoors during the winter?  In pots?  In the ground?   You’re a Kiwi?  Well, that explains it.  I consider my Kiwi friends to be the luckiest people in the world and most can make a dead stick grow.  Your temperatures sound similar to Atlanta, although we get a little colder (20 F) but the ground doesn’t freeze much below a few inches.  From the little I know of griffithii, it grows in the Himalayas, so I imagine it has a cold, dry winter and probably doesn’t like hot summers.


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