Araceae

Arum purpureospathum (Araceae)

1 tuber (from may to october) 16 cm pot

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Colocasia esculenta ‘Red Stem’ (Araceae)

Large herbaceous plant for wet soil with glaucous, large, waved and heart-shaped-peltate leaves carried by very ornamental, dark purple...

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Helicodiceros muscivorus (Dracunculus muscivorus) (Arecaceae)

Unusual and rare tuberous plant. Leaves lanceolate to arrow-shaped or compound, about 50 cm long, with white-green, purple-spotted,...

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Xanthosoma violaceum (Araceae)

Tuberous species. Leaves 70 × 45 cm, oblong-ovate, arrow-like, glaucous when young. Leaf margin and venations are more or less purple,...

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Zantedeschia aethiopica (Araceae)

White calla. This is the true wild form, not a cultivar. Good for wet soil in light place. Half-evergreen. Winter growing. Easy....

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Zantedeschia aethiopica ‘Marshmallow Pink’ (Araceae)

Tuberous species. Leaves sagittate, large, carried by strong petioles. Inflorescences in this cultivar have an unusual light pink spathe....

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Zantedeschia rehmannii (Araceae)

Pink calla with narrow lance-shaped leaves. This is the true wild form, not a cultivar. Keep rather dry in Winter, when it's dormant. Easy....

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Zantedeschia rehmannii var. alba (Araceae)

  This variety has fully white spathes, instead of pink. Leaves lanceolate, carried by long petioles. Winter resting. Keep dry in Winter....

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Zanthedeschia odorata (Araceae)

Leaves ovate, acuminate at apex, carried by a long fleshy petiole. Flowers similar to those of the more common Zantedeschia aethiopica con...

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Arum apulum (Araceae)

This Arum species is native to southern Italy,where it grows in dry rocky soils. Leaves ovate, acuminate, slightly hastate. Petiole fleshy,...

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Colocasia affinis (Alocasia jenningsii) (Araceae)

Beautiful showy species. Leaves pendulous, 10-15 × 7-10 cm in size, green with symmetrical, shaded, olive-green-brown blotches. It prefers...

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Alocasia cucullata (Araceae)

This species has green, very long petioles, up to 1 m in length. Leaves ovate, glossy green in colour, with a slender pointed apex. Native...

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