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Re: Xanthosoma

  • Subject: Re: Xanthosoma
  • From: "sullivan" <paulsull@sunline.net>
  • Date: Thu, 24 Jan 2002 09:57:35 -0600 (CST)

i would be interested in hearing about Xanthasomas that look like overgrown
caladiums.
----- Original Message -----
From: brian williams <pugturd50@hotmail.com>
To: Multiple recipients of list AROID-L <aroid-l@mobot.org>
Sent: Wednesday, January 23, 2002 9:59 AM
Subject: Xanthosoma


>
> Hello well I have not bugged the group in sometime so I thought I would
fish
> for a few plants I would like to get. By the way my greenhouse is doing
> great. Working on the rock walls each side is  75ft long and 10ft tall its
> going to take me a long time. But I am off to a good start with the
> foundation and all. I plan to take pics of my progress.
>
> Well, I have had great success with many Xanthosomas and have seen PICS
and
> heard of larger forms with colorful stems and leafs. Some that look like
> caladiums as well as huged leaf forms that dwarf most aroids.
>
> Now I have manly the most common forms out there that are eaten and a few
> ornamental forms. I would like to know if anyone has any other forms
growing
> and most of all pups to spare in a trade or sell.
>
> Looking up Xanthosoma on the net I found many names that I don't know of.
> Here is a list I put a star next to the ones I have. THANKS
>
> 10938   Xanthosoma alberttii
> 10939   Xanthosoma atrovirens * I believe i have one or two forms of this
> 10940   Xanthosoma belophyllum
> 10941   Xanthosoma brasiliense
> 10942   Xanthosoma caracu
> 17600   Xanthosoma helleborifolium
> 10943   Xanthosoma jacquini * I have the common mutated leaf form
> 10944   Xanthosoma mafaffa * the yellow form I have
> 78671   Xanthosoma robusta
> 10945   Xanthosoma robustum
> 2168    Xanthosoma sagittifolium*
> 2169    Xanthosoma sp.
> 2170    Xanthosoma violaceum*
>
> mexicanum Liebm.
>
>
> robustum Schott
>
>
> roseum Schott
>
>
> undipes (K. Koch & Bouché) K. Koch
>
>
> violaceum Schott
>
>
> wendlandii (Schott) Schott
>
>
> Xanthosoma daguense
>
> Xanthosoma fractum
> Xanthosoma stenospathum
> Xanthosoma viviparum
>
>
> Xanthosoma nigrum
>
> Xanthosoma caracu
>
> Xanthosoma pubescens
>
>
>
>
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