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Re: dracunculus vulgaris


Real easy way to solve this problem.....when the plant goes dormant.......put it in your refrigerator for about 3-4 months....

Under those circumstances it will be fine..... the reason for the person in florida who responded and said that they usually perish after about 2 years is because of the cold dormancy not being respected.

Many plants (aroids and others) that are temperate and require a cold dormant period, are easily tricked by the winter refrigeration.. It really does work.



aroid-l@mobot.org wrote:
> Can dracunculus be grown in the heat and humidity of south Fla. zone 10 . If 
> anyone down here has one what conditions are you growing it in. Jim Reed 
> FLYGLASAIR@aol.com





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