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  ] Spring transplanting of Arum maculatum
From: mjkolaffhbc at sbcglobal.net on 2012.02.22 at 23:32:00(22594)
Greetings Don,
Indeed, the weather here in the upper great lakes, has been
exceptional. We are now in meteorological spring here.
There may be no Sand Hill Cranes flying North just yet,
but I have observed a number of local native plants beginning
to emerge, from winter dormancy. Ariseama sp, and Symplocarpus
have not yet shown any above ground growth here in Elgin, IL,
however, I have moved some Green Dragons, which had emerging
root growth. I would make sure that you dug deep enough not to damage
any emerging roots. Then cover the transplant hole, to prevent any
injury to the plant from frost.
Some non Aroid plants already blooming here in my garden, are Hellebore,
Aconite, Galanthus, Hamamelis vernalis, to name a few.
Good luck with you transplanting.
Michael Kolaczewski

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From: "Steve Hatfield" <moondogman at comcast.net> on 2012.02.24 at 23:54:14(22611)
I heard sand hills yesterday here in central Indiana.
Steve

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