Pretty Sure It IS Arum pictum

Tony Avent
Wed, 08 May 2019 17:35:22 PDT
The id is correct, but I don't think I've grown another aroid, whose seed didn't ripen for 6-7 months after flowering. For us, most other arum species have ripe seed 2-3 months after flowering.

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Subject: Re: [pbs] Pretty Sure It IS Arum pictum


I've added Judy's photos of Arum pictum to the PBW wiki:…

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