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My first dabble into Aroids


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Hi everyone,

This my first season with a few aroids. Some successes and some failures. I'd like to see your aroids to!

Amophophallus konjac

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Amophophallus albus 

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Amophophallus nepalensis

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Pinellia

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Arisaema flava

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Arisaema propinquum

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Arisaema ? (It's on the tag)

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Sauromatum venosum

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Thanks for looking

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Very nice. I'm pretty sure your A. nepalensis is an A. bulbifer. If you look at the top of the petiole where the leaf splits into 3, you may see a small tuber forming! I bought an A. paeoniifolius this year which turned out to be nepalensis - it's quite common with tuberous aroids to receive something other than what you ordered, unfortunately. Glad you're having fun - they're addictive!

Edited by Greg Seed
Autocorrect!
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