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Re: [Aroid-l] Eminium lehmanii

Thank you all for the replies!!!  John, I'd love to try a Typhonium if you can maybe let me know where I might acquire one of these beauties!!  Bonaventure:  Do you suppose that Arum would be hardy here in my zone 5b/6a garden??  I've stayed away from the Arum for the most part because of their desire to grow when I do not want them to!  Ron, of course, if I end up getting a couple to have a whirl with I would be happy to get one or two for you as well :o)
Thanks again everyone and I'm happy to say spring is almost here....of course I just shoveled 5 inches of snow off my driveway, so it is not here just yet!
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Sent: Saturday, February 26, 2005 7:52 AM
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Eminium lehmanii

Dan, if you want a huge black spathe you can't do better than Typhonium pedunculatum and it grows like a weed.

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