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Re: Arisaema hardiness


Speciosum has survived here in my just north of Pittsburgh, zone 6a garden
for years so that one is surely possible. A. utile did not survive, but
this could be more to do with their more exacting requirements rather than
the cold in all honesty.

Gibsonia, PA

Original Message:
From: Marek Argent abri1973@wp.pl
Date: Mon, 14 Mar 2011 19:01:29 +0100
To: aroid-l@www.gizmoworks.com
Subject: [Aroid-l] Arisaema hardiness


I have an opportunity to buy three species of Arisaema:
A. costatum, A. speciosum and A. utile.
Which of them is the most hardy and could survive in z6b?
I looked here: http://www.aroid.org/horticulture/hardy.php
All of them are zone 7.

How do you think?

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