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Re: [Aroid-l] Helicodiceros potting

Dear Jim W.,

the observations you describe are very intersting. I should look up what
are the minimun temperatures in Sardinia nad Korsika.

I was already estonished when Peter from Austria wrote in his forum
(http://www.baumfarn.at/treefern/) that his H.m. was doing well on his
balcony in the mild winter we have this year; however they tolerated a
few minus °C (approx. -20°F).

The paeasized tubers I got from you in 2002 grew to about 1/2 inch
length and then "grew" smaller each year.
Your obsevations about planting them horizontally might add to my
failure since I potted them always vertiacally.

Good growing and all the best,

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