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Re: Re: Bloodroot and Jacks


The $10 price for a 'multiplex' rhizomes is a good deal. I don't even want
to say what I paid for the 'flore pleno' when I bought it. Bloodroot is a
"must have" once you've seen a patch of them in bloom. I usually pot up a
few rhizomes of the singles for our Master Gardener spring seedling/plant
exchange and they are the first to go. The other plant that I pot up for the
exchange is Jack-in-the-Pulpit, Arisaema triphyllum, also quick to go.


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