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blooming of Arisaema nanjenense

  • Subject: blooming of Arisaema nanjenense
  • From: "C.W. Lin" <biformis@gmail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 15 Feb 2011 09:15:06 +0800

Hi all
This species endemic in  the southern tip of Taiwan, and very different of growth mode than other species, because it has a "evergreen" habit ... which means that it keep leaves anniversary.
plants of the picture taken about 9 "tall.
only another species similar the A. nanjenense of Taiwan, it is A. grapsospadix, but still very different, I will take some pictures in a few weeks.
Arisaema nanjenense picture link in following:
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