- To: lindsey
- Subject: hardiness
- From: Lester Kallus <email@example.com>
- Date: Wed, 19 Feb 1997 10:58:37 -0600
I'm curious if my plants will have survived the winter. Yesterday, while
searching through another catalog, I found Colocasia esculenta listed as a
zone 9 plant. Having thought it was a zone 7 plant, I left mine out this
This past winter here on Long Island has been a warm one. Although usually
a zone 7a area, we had a balmy 8a with two short-lived (4-5 hours) dips
into 7b. Are my Colocasias doomed?
How about my Amorphophallus bulbifer? I'm curious because it's still not
too late to order a replacement if the ones I left outside are doomed.
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