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Arum italicum

Posted by gigagys 8 (gigagys@xs4all.nl) on
Sun, Sep 2, 07 at 8:47

Help!
My A. italicum is now, 1 september, developing leaves already.
Usually this happens end of oktober.
Is this a sign of the warming up of the athmosphere?
Greetings, Gijs


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RE: Arum italicum

How warm is it where you live? My A. italicum usually start putting out new leaves in the Fall when the temps start to get cooler.
Jim


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RE: Arum italicum

Hello Jim,
Usually the leaves coming up somewhere at the end of oktober. This year it was a cool summer. I live in a pretty cold region of western europe (8).
Also mentionable: My Hydrangenaes are developing flowers now.
Thanks for your reation.
kind regards, Gijs


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RE: Arum italicum

Here in southeastern PA, the seed clusters of mine are just toppling over to the ground. Leaves will probably not show for a month or so at the earliest. We have had a relatively hot, dry summer, but fall temps are starting in now with tomorrow forcast to be in the mid 60s. We still need rain though.

George


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