Arisaema id

Tony Avent
Sat, 03 Jul 2004 12:07:23 PDT

	This plant is identical to the plants we grow and sell as A. fargesii.
All of the A. franchetianum that I've ever seen in the wild or received has
a non-shiny leaf and flowers two months later...July as opposed to May for
A. fargesii.  

At 02:33 PM 7/3/2004 -0400, you wrote:
>I think that the leaf is a mature one.  The plant has flowered three 
>years and each year the leaf gets bigger.  I place a yard stick in the 
>photo to give a hint at the size of the leaf.  I have looked at A. 
>franchetianum and A. fargesii on the Aroid page  and the leaf structure 
>does not look similar.  The leaf is almost twenty five inches in length 
>and very glossy.
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Tony Avent
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