- Dave Brown
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- Location: Chalk, (Thames Estuary) Kent, England 51.5N 0.3E
This is a Arisaema consanguineum ' variegata ', they can grow very large, the mother plant was 1m diameter.Springy wrote:pdid wrote:Very nice. What's the plant next to the red Cordyline? Palmate leaves could be trevisia or manihot?
And thanks for the kind words regarding the garden from you all
The winter is a challenge over here...
Lowest temperature was during the winter 2010/2011 with confirmed -28C (-18.4F) close to my house and probably -30C (-22F) in the garden as such.
I will post some winter protection photos later for you all.