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[Aroid-l] Dormancy

Most of my arisaemas are going dormant, inc concinnum and griffithii. Those out in the garden have to fend for themselves. They are in a bed with reasonable drainage and lots of organic material. Those in pots, concinnum and other 'tender' ones for my Zone 7, eg sikkokianum, speciosum, and ones requiring good drainage, eg saxatile - are now being lifted from pot, examined and repotted in fresh dry compost. They are stored in frost free greenhouse and not watered again until growth appears.
Martin Ashworth
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