Re: Hardy Aroids-Arum, Callas, Helicodiceros & Weather Lab Site
Thanks for the hardiness information and the feedback on Helicodiceros
unavailability. I received mine from Rob last year as well and have them
planted up in the greenhouse(coldframe actually). We're still having a
second summer here right now...El Nino?
I was doing some web surfing the other day and found this Weather Lab
site that gives the daily temps for different locations around the
world. It's interesting to compare what these plants are experiencing in
their native habitats to what kind of abuse we are putting them through.
Thanks and take care
ps: I hope this makes it to the list. I posted a message on Friday to
this list and it didn't appear until this morning....???
James W. Waddick wrote:
> I have had Arum italicum and maculatum in Kansas City (Zone 5/6)
> for years.
> A. orientale/nigrum seem as hardy, less so for dioscorides.
> Zantedeschia albo-maculata grew fine in the middle of th city near
> a concrete side walk. Lost it in the move to the north end of the city.
> However "Green Goddess" has survived but not flourished here. It did bloom
> the first year fom see started early.
> Helicodiceros - I don't know of a commercial source. I got mine
> through an Aroid-l offer last year. Two tubers -one now in the ground and
> one potted in a frost free site.
> Wonder if the one outside will survive. Anyone with any experience
> in Zone 5, 6, or 7?
> Any other hardy aroid comments?
> Best Jim W.
> James W. Waddick Voice: 816 746 1949
> 8871 NW Brostrom Rd E-MAIL: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Kansas City MO 64152 Fax: 816 746 1939
> Zone 5/6 -
> Winter low -10=B0F
> Summer high +100=B0F
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