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Re: hardiness of Sauromatum


Dear Diana, i have had both Souromatum venosum and  Amorphophallus rivieri jin
may garden for oaver ten years, including the infamomous January 1994 when we
had -10 F.
with no snow cover.  Ann Kline; Falls Church, Va  Zone 7A
Diana Reeck wrote:

> I am looking for information about the hardiness of Sauromatum venosum.  I
> am writing up my fall plant list, and would like some to get anyone's
> personal experiences with this.  Thanks
>
> Diana
> COLLECTOR'S NURSERY
> 16804 NE 102nd Ave
> Battle Ground, WA 98604
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>
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