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  Interesting Arisaema triphyllum
From: jimjim at sky.net (James W. Waddick) on 1997.01.20 at 08:41:16(187)
>While I think of this: I'm interested in acquiring interesting
>forms of A. triphyllum, whatever that means. If anyone anticipates
>having some to spare, please contact me privately. I'm sure I can
>find something interesting to offer in trade. Thanks!
>
>Ellen Hornig
Dear Ellen;
Can't fill your fantasies, but did get seed from NARGS seed
exchange listed as "A. triphyllum "Variegatum" with two sources: Louis
Myers, Hawley, PA and William Dress, Ithaca,NY. Any chance you know
either/both and what is the "Variegatum' part?
If they weren't all planted, I gladly share a few- look for
seedlings if and when.

If fantasizing, I'd like to get one with a pure white spathe and
the wildly clean white splashed foliage. Dream on.

Jim W.

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From: JimMcClem at aol.com on 1997.01.20 at 17:34:57(195)
Jim Waddick wrote:
>Dear Ellen;
> Can't fill your fantasies, but did get seed from NARGS seed
>exchange listed as "A. triphyllum "Variegatum" with two sources: Louis
>Myers, Hawley, PA and William Dress, Ithaca,NY. Any chance you know
>either/both and what is the "Variegatum' part?

In the '93 Nargs list was the same seed from Myers (address then Brooklyn). I
got it and am growing on all 3 seeds. Last summer noted that the leaves of
one of the plants appeared similar to the 'Mrs. French' variety, with
accentuation of the veining pattern, but nothing that I would call
"variegated".

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From: Ellen Hornig <hornig at Oswego.EDU> on 1997.01.20 at 20:27:43(198)
On Mon, 20 Jan 1997 JimMcClem@aol.com wrote:

> Jim Waddick wrote:
> >Dear Ellen;
> > Can't fill your fantasies, but did get seed from NARGS seed
> >exchange listed as "A. triphyllum "Variegatum" with two sources: Louis
> >Myers, Hawley, PA and William Dress, Ithaca,NY. Any chance you know
> >either/both and what is the "Variegatum' part?
>
> In the '93 Nargs list was the same seed from Myers (address then Brooklyn). I
> got it and am growing on all 3 seeds. Last summer noted that the leaves of
> one of the plants appeared similar to the 'Mrs. French' variety, with
> accentuation of the veining pattern, but nothing that I would call
> "variegated".

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From: grsjr at juno.com (George R Stilwell, Jr.) on 1997.01.20 at 21:10:59(199)

Not that I know of.
Ray
GRSJr@Juno.com

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