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RE: Re: rohdea

  • To: gardenchat@hort.net
  • Subject: RE: [CHAT] Re: rohdea
  • From: "Theresa- yahoo" tchessie@yahoo.com
  • Date: Sat, 31 May 2003 19:35:28 -0700
  • In-reply-to: <00bc01c3276e$66317930$18dc07c6@munchkin>

Ok- I just found a site with the hardiness zones- so cancel my last request
for info.  Thanks,

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net]On
Behalf Of Gene Bush
Sent: Saturday, May 31, 2003 4:32 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: Re: [CHAT] Re: rohdea

Hello again Kitty,
    I have three plants I traded for last summer now in the garden. All are
variations on a theme... each one is larger than the other in size, general
appearance. Amount of arch to the leaf, rippling along the mid-rid or leaf
margin, coloring, etc. I am considering making a few more trades for some of
the more exotic cultivars ... read much more expensive plants.
    By themselves the plants are not all that jump up in your face
beautiful. Just different and one of those plants that fits a difficult
niche in the shade garden. Just so happens that it goes very well with
others. Great companion plant or not bad on its own. Can't ask much more
than that.
    I did order a couple of the more expensive cultivars, but they were sold
out when my turn came at shipping.
    Gene E. Bush
Munchkin Nursery & Gardens, llc
Zone 6/5  Southern Indiana
----- Original Message -----

> Gene,
> Rohdea japonica sounds like just the ticket for under a Silver Maple. I
> also saw on another site that deer apparently don't go for it, so that's
> another plus for some people.
> I also saw some variegated varieties that look smashing, but I suppose
> they are less hardy. It was mentioned that Rohdea has been used as a
> houseplant in Japan for centuries.
> Again, those common names! Seriously, when I have looked up Sacred Lily
> of China, it always comes back Narcissus tazetta. If the flowers of
> Rohdea are nothing to write home about, why would they use that common
> name? I also found it called Nippon Lily and Sacred Lily (though without
> reference to China).
> Kitty

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