Arum Italicum - Knowledgebase Question

Brooksville, Fl
Question by mrshamilton0
May 5, 2009
My friend gave me a Orange Candleflower (Arum Italicum), which I planted the bulb on March 16, 2009. When I look up how long it takes to grow, everything says


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Answer from NGA
May 5, 2009

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Slow is the right word for these bulbs. They need to rest and when they are ready, they will develop roots and then sprouts. Give your bulbs a few more weeks to imbibe water, experience warm soils and come out of its dormancy. You've given it everything else it needs so just be a little more patient and you will eventually be rewarded!

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