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    Arisaema nepenthoides

    Last year I decided to transfer many of my Arisaema from pots to the garden. To facilitate drainage I took some wide tubs and cut the bottoms out, sank the bases a couple of inches in the garden soil and top filled, so giving some small raised beds. This is the first of the species to show and it's looking quite happy. There are several more plants not in shot.

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    This years offering of this species in the Fernery.

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    Nice looking plants, Fredg. It surprises me that no one commented on them last year.
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    A very handsome plant! In your experience, how difficult are they to grow?
    Last edited by Acro; 04-13-2016 at 11:51 PM.

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    Not difficult at all. They're out in the Fernery now so it's a well shaded area. I have other Arisaema in pots and tubs that have been standing outside all winter. These are also starting to shoot.
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    Five weeks after the above and they're still sending up new growth in the Fernery.

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    Looking good, sir! Don't recall seeing you original post last year.
    Last edited by DragonsEye; 05-27-2016 at 10:48 AM.
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