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RE: hardiness of Sauromatum

     I am originally from the North Coast of California a couple of hundred 
miles north of the San Francisco Area.  While winters are mild (350 days 
without frost), they are very wet and chilly.  Sauromatum venosum survives 
the winter there without any obvious problems with rotting of the dormant 
     I now live in Atlanta and have them growing in the garden here.  They 
are down about 6 inches and have survived winter nights down to as low as 
0F.  Technically we are zone 7b here in the city and 6b-7a in the suburbs. 
 I have friends who have them in the ground in zone 6a.

-----Original Message-----
From:	Diana Reeck [SMTP:dianar@teleport.com]
Sent:	Saturday, July 29, 2000 12:01 PM
To:	Multiple recipients of list AROID-L
Subject:	hardiness of Sauromatum

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

16804 NE 102nd Ave
Battle Ground, WA 98604
Bill Janssen/Diana Reeck

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