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Re: [aroid-l] Remusatia vivipara

  • Subject: Re: [aroid-l] Remusatia vivipara
  • From: piaba piabinha@yahoo.com
  • Date: Wed, 29 Oct 2003 07:38:38 -0800 (PST)


when do your adult plants go dormant?  winter?

tsuh yang

--- Krzysztof Kozminski <kk@kozminski.com> wrote:
> On Tuesday, October 28, 2003, at 05:18 AM, Tony
> Avent wrote:
> > Krzysztof:
> >
> > 	Very interesting on the temp. required to keep
> Remusatia vivipara 
> > growing
> > 75 degrees F vs. 65 degrees F.  Is this also true
> of the plant at those
> > temps, or does it go dormant for you anyway?
> No, the mature plants always went dormant, but I did
> not pay attention 
> to the temperature. It's the bulbils/tubercles that
> had no problem 
> sprouting leaves. I know for sure that I planted
> them in December and 
> kept warm since this is what was recommended on the
> seed envelope from 
> Chiltern.
> KK

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