Pinellia cordata

Judy Glattstein
Mon, 30 Oct 2006 09:38:48 PST
I grow this pinellia as a container plant, in a blue-glazed bonsai pot. 
Keep it dry and cool in an unheated garage, then bring it outdoors to a 
shady place near the house in late spring until frost. A Japanese friend 
suggested this method, telling me that even in his part of Japan where 
it is very hardy it is often grown in pots, the easier to lift it up to 
your nose to enjoy the sweet fragrance.

Judy in sunny New Jersey, where the torrents of rain followed by 
powerful winds have finally settled into pleasant weather

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