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  Arum soil?
From: "danny wilson" mudwasp_ at hotmail.com> on 2005.12.24 at 14:58:51(13649)
Hey All,What are the best general type(s) of soils for plants in the genus Arum? I know its probably not as simple as 'one general soil type'. The two Arums i grow (A. palaestinum and A hygrophilum) seem do like a dense mud-clay, but im sure a lot of other wont grow well, or at all, in that type of soil. Specifically, what would be the best for A. creticum, A. dioscoridis, A. nigrum, A. pictum, and A. rupicola? Thanks in advance, I look forward to your replies.-Danny Wilson

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From: "?goston J?nos" agoston.janos at citromail.hu> on 2005.12.25 at 01:34:21(13652)
Dear Danny,

I'm growing my Arums in a sandy mix. I grow A.
italicum, maculatum, dioscorides, nigrum, orientale, Dracunculus vulgaris in it.
The Dutch grown Dracunculus doesn't like it at all, but the wildly collected one
does.

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