RE: Latin Hideaway (was mesopotamica influence)
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- From: "Mark, Maureen" <Mark.Maureen@fin.gc.ca>
- Date: Mon, 23 Feb 1998 08:53:47 -0700 (MST)
Latin Hideaway is one of my best performers. It's been in my garden for
about five years. It even bloomed after three freeze-thaws, albeit with
some warped flowers. I had enough of it last year to exhibit a stalk and
use a few stalks for a floral arrangement for the Hort Show.
Ottawa, Canada (zone 4)
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> Now that I think on it, LH didn't bloom at all for me last
> year, and the clump was two years old then. Perhaps there is something
> complicated behind all that winter greenery than just a reluctance to go
> sleep? Perhaps the plant finds vegetative reproduction more efficient than
> the bloomstalk method?
> Anyone have further light to shed on LH and its rapid growth and sparse
> flowering? Does your experience differ? Have you seen other TBs behave the
> same way?
> Little Rock, Arkansas, USDA Zone 7b
> 257 feet above sea level,
> average rainfall about 50 inches (more than 60" in '97)
> average relative humidity (at 6 a.m.) 84%.
> moderate winters, hot summers ... but lots of seesaw action in all seasons