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Re: [Aroid-l] Amorphphallus Bulbifer hardiness


Nope, I don't think bulbifer will survive. I'm surprised that your 
konjac has been reliably hardy.

-Ken

hostas@fuse.net wrote:
> I have had Konjac in the ground for about 6 years and it is still doing great.  Although it comes up in June, it still gets about 4 1/2 feet tall.   I have never had it flower otdoors, but the ones I bring in do flower.
> 
> So you think Bulbifer (or any of the others) will survive the winters in a zone 5/6 garden (I am right on the edge of these zones).
> 
> Thanks,
> --
> Betty Davis
> Cincinnati
> zone 5/6
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