Asarum maximum "silver marbled leaf form"

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Reed
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Asarum maximum "silver marbled leaf form"

I have been selecting out my best Asarum maximum with silver leaves so I can propagate them. I cant wait to see how much better they will look next year they seem to get better and better with each new leaf.

RickR
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lWow!  I'd be ecstatic if I could grow any A. maximum!

Rick Rodich    zone 4a.    Annual precipitation ~24 inches
near Minneapolis, Minnesota, USA

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I am trying a few outside this year we will see if they live the winter or not. I have a bunch so I am going to try a few. The others will stay in the green house. 

Albany, Oregon USA. Pacific Northwest, elevation approximately 200ft zone 8. Winter wet and Summer Dry. Hot enough to ripen the peaches.

Mark McD
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James wrote:

I just noticed I can't spell ;D I meant too write Asarum maximum not mamimum oops.
I am trying a few outside this year we will see if they live the winter or not. I have a bunch so I am going to try a few. The others will stay in the green house. 

James, since the NARGS Forum is a wiki, you can actually go back and edit your own messages to make spelling corrections or other edits.  To get into simple text edit mode, click on the small paper & pencil icon to the lower right of your own message, make the change, and Save.  If you want to edit the message and have access to the text formatting tools (bold, italics, color, etc), on the upper right of your message there is a Modify button (same paper & pencil icon); it also goes into edit mode but you get to use any of the toolbar formatting options and you can click on "Additional Options" in the lower left to upload photos and select other options.

Mark McDonough
Massachusetts, USA, near the New Hampshire border USDA Zone 5
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thats great! Thanks

Albany, Oregon USA. Pacific Northwest, elevation approximately 200ft zone 8. Winter wet and Summer Dry. Hot enough to ripen the peaches.

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