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zantedeschia hardy in zone 7?
From: tychen at ippfwhr.org on 1997.10.24 at 15:59:34(1492)|
steve, which zantedeschias do you grow? what zone are you in? i'd be
interested in finding out which zantedeschias i can grow outside here
in new york city i have rehmmanni and aethiopica, which i bring
inside every year
From: jbauer <"jbauer at concordnc.com" at concordnc.com> on 1997.10.27 at 15:11:09(1500)|
> steve, which zantedeschias do you grow? what zone are you in? i'd be
> interested in finding out which zantedeschias i can grow outside here
> in new york city i have rehmmanni and aethiopica, which i bring
> inside every year
> tsuh yang
I grow both Zantedeschia albo-maculata, white Calla lily with white
spotted foliage and Zantedeschia rehmannii, pink calla with solid green
foliage in zone 7. I have heard that these are hardy to zone 6. I live
14 miles north from the heart of Charlotte NC.
I have a few extra seeds if you would like to trade them for you Z.
aethiopica 'Green Goddess" seeds if you have them.
I planted my Zantedschia seeds 1st of May out doors in shade. They all
came up 2 weeks later. I have plenty of these small plants to trade
Also I have a 2 page list other varieties of seeds and plants that I
would love to trade. Has anyone made a bouquet of Bells of Ireland with
Calla lilies? A perfect combo and long lasting. I have Bells of Ireland
seed also, etc.
8440 Huckleberry Trail|
Concord NC 28027 US Plant zone 7b
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