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Re:[Aroid-l] Helicodiceros potting

Hi Christohpher!

Thanks for the detailed information! That helps a lot.

When you write that your plants are grown in pots, are the pots dug in
the soil or are they just standing on top of the garden soil?

That could make a difference, since the substrate in the pot can freeze
more easiely when the pot is standing on top of the soil and is not
protected like is is when you dig a hole and put the pot in it.

Good growing,

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