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Re: [Aroid-l] Arum dioscoridis var. cyprium

  • Subject: Re: [Aroid-l] Arum dioscoridis var. cyprium
  • From: Baumfarn Webmaster webmaster@baumfarn.at
  • Date: Sat, 07 May 2005 00:38:55 +0200

Thanks to all,
I replanted the tuber. The roots didn't looked good anymore.
The soil was clay based. The vendor told me they need a mineral rich and wet soil like clay.
Seem that this was a fatal advise.
Do you place it in sun, half-shade oder shade?


Hal or Nancy Robinson wrote:
From the picture the soil looks too wet and a strange color.  Is this the true color?  If so that could be the problem.  I keep mine on the dry side and it is blooming.
:'( :'( :'(
<>My Arum dioscoridis var. cyprium doesn't like what I do to her.
Have someone a clue??

In reality it looks even worse. The leave didn't even fold up completely.


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