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Re: info requested on Arisaema, Biarum

I would guess that Arisaema flavum and A candidissimum are much more appropriate
for growing outside; both are hardy. A flavum requires a sunny site, unlike most

Iza Goroff
Whitewater Wisconsin  zone 4b

tsuh yang chen, nyc, USA wrote:

> hello everybody,
> i got some new plants last week.  i would like some information in the
> cultivation, origin etc. on the following:
> Arisaema consanguineum
> Ar. flavum
> Ar. candidissimum var. yunannennse
> Biarum marmarisense
> i have 2 options: i can try to grow them indoors in my apt. or plant them in
> my parents' garden, which i would not have daily access to (they live an hour
> away).  i'm concerned that these are not tropical plants and would require a
> cooler environment than indoors.  we are in USDA zone 6/7 here in nyc.
> thanks.

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