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Re: aroid hybrid


Tony,
looks like small Sauromatums grown in some combination of lower light, richer soil, crowding. My venosum "volunteers" regularly produce multiple leaf stems. I'd wait till I see the flowers for sure. Can't seem to get rid of Pinellia pedatisecta here either...hmmm...maybe I've got hybrid offspring getting ready to take over Cliffwood Beach!
 
Bonaventure Magrys
NJ
 
Incredible!

You've successfully made an intergeneric cross.
Now let's think about the new genus name according to the botanical
nomenclature.
I suggest:
× Sauronellia (if the genus Sauromatum will be back) or ×Typhonellia if
venosum will stay in Typhonium.
What do you think?

Marek



----- Original Message -----
From: "Tony Avent" <tony@plantdelights.com>
To: "Aroid - L group" <aroid-l@gizmoworks.com>
Sent: Sunday, August 09, 2009 7:44 PM
Subject: [Aroid-l] aroid hybrid


> Aroiders:
>
> Has anyone had experiences with Pinellia hybridizing with Sauromatum?
> I know all my taxonomist friends are either reaching for a stiff drink
> or headache medicine at the thought of such a hybrid.  I'm not even sure
> if this is even theoretically possible, but to be sure, we never let our
> plants read genetics books.   Take a look at our hybrid of Pinellia
> pedatisecta and Sauromatum venosum.  The height is 2' tall and, the
> leaves are intermediate between the two parents.  The plant produces
> sauromatum like speckled petioles, but with many emerging per corm
> (sauromatum only produces one each) like the pinellia parent.  I missed
> the flower this year, but will watch closer next year.  I'd like to hear
> your thoughts. 
http://www.plantdelights.com/gallery/Aroids
>
> --
> Tony Avent
> Plant Delights Nursery @
> Juniper Level Botanic Garden
> 9241 Sauls Road
> Raleigh, North Carolina  27603  USA
> Minimum Winter Temps 0-5 F
> Maximum Summer Temps 95-105F
> USDA Hardiness Zone 7b
> email tony@plantdelights.com

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