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Re: Alocasia reticulata.

  • Subject: Re: Alocasia reticulata.
  • From: Chad Mayer <chadmayer@yahoo.com>
  • Date: Sun, 2 Mar 2008 18:08:30 -0800 (PST)

 Thanks for the welcome Don.  Yeah, you stay a little warmer in the Winter in FL than we do here in AZ.  I get regular light frosts end of Dec thru mid Jan, and most alocasias in the ground become annuals with that occurence (yes, I know there are exceptions, and I have a little luck with a few in the ground).  I have the additional challenge of heavy, heavy clay soil, so that really doesnt help at all.  But, slowly but surely, Im improving the soil and having more successes.
Oh, Ive got my share of anthuriums...with a few more on the way.

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