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Re: Zantedeschia

  • Subject: Re: Zantedeschia
  • From: Riley2362@aol.com
  • Date: Thu, 2 May 2002 11:25:06 -0500 (CDT)

Whenever anyone mentions Zantedeschia, I recall seeing it growing in Ecuador, not native of course - but lining a streambed for a length of 300-400  feet or so.  The elevation was high so the air was very cool but the stream was coming out of the side of a volcano so the water was bathwater temperature.  The Zantedeschia was gloriously thick, green and with thousands of inflorescences.  We were both very happy.

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