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Re: arisaema candidissimum

  • Subject: Re: arisaema candidissimum
  • From: Don Martinson <llmen@wi.rr.com>
  • Date: Tue, 13 Sep 2011 18:39:37 -0500

Title: Re: [Aroid-l] arisaema candidissimum
I have some growing here in Milwaukee, but they’re planted relatively close to the foundation of the house.  Also, although we’re rated as Zone 5a, it’s been many years since we’ve gotten below –10F (-23C).

Don Martinson
Milwaukee, Wisconsin


On 9/12/11 5:43 PM, "Zanezirklejr@aol.com" <Zanezirklejr@aol.com> wrote:

I have the pink jack in the pulpit, i've read its hardy in zones 5-9 and 6-9, I'd love to plant it in the flower bed but I want to be 100% sure its not going to freeze and die, my zone is 6b (southern west virginia USA), what do you aroiders think?

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