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Re: Dead Horse Arum

  • Subject: Re: Dead Horse Arum
  • From: Cgdz33a@aol.com
  • Date: Fri, 27 Apr 2001 12:00:09 -0500 (CDT)

I have about 15 Dracunculus vulgaris which recently bloomed and wuickly died 
back within 6 weeks (to my suprise). Does anyone have any cultural info about 
how to treat the bulbs during dormancy. Should I keep in pots? Dry or wet? I 
have over 75 aroids and im embarrased to say i have absolutely no luck with 
this supposed "easy" on.

Eric C. Morgan
Clark Botanic Garden
Albertson NY

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