Re: [Aroid-l] Zanthedeschia 'coburn'?
- Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Zanthedeschia 'coburn'?
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- Date: Sat, 05 Mar 2005 16:50:54 -0500
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I'm here in central coastal NJ where Alberta clippers have been bringing near 0F temps regularly in winter. Its still cold and the top of the garden soil is still frozen, but Zanties,a small floriferous pink and a medium white with white-speckled leaves, are buried deep within the sandy sub-soil, and have for several years been getting several inches of organic mulch a year. A 'Goliath Yellow' or something like that, has not survived. They sprout and quickly come into bloom in early summer.
Cliffwood Beach, NJ
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From: Susan Cox <email@example.com>
Date: Thursday, March 3, 2005 0:02 am
Subject: [Aroid-l] Zanthedeschia 'coburn'?
> To the person it may concern, or anyone else who might know:
> I received a Zanthedeschia from a person in Ireland (I can't
> remember who
> now, sorry) several years ago. It was told to me that this particular
> Zanthedeschia survived a terrible, terrible freeze in Ireland (I
> think) when
> many other very hardy plants did not survive. I am hoping to find the
> variety name. The closest I can recall, it was something like
> 'coburn'.Zanthedeschia coburn? Can someone verify this name?
> Does anyone recognize
> this name, or have a clue as to what I'm talking about? I would
> like to
> hear the details of the freeze story again and rediscover which
> one it was.
> It may have been so named because of the town in which it survived the
> Please help and thanks!
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