Re: Unidentified aroids
You had it listed as Arisaema and I did not look at it because I know
nothing of Arisaemas....
BUT, you DO have Gonatopus! It is like a disease.... I suggest that you
put it in a pot at least 20 inches off the ground... the roots will travel
and send up little ones... the leaves will fall off and start new ones...
In a couple of years you are going to have a 'lawn' that you may not
want... Actually, it depends on where you live. If you are lucky enough
to live where the ground freezes, you will be spared... Otherwise, you
will *never* get rid of it!!! You have my condolences....
>Can't help you with the others... but, your unidentified Anthurium looks
>like Philodendron callosum to me... But, like Denis Miller says.... "I
>could be wrong....."
>>I have posted some photos of three unidentified aroids on my website: one
>>Amorphophallus, one Arisaema, and one Anthurium. I have also posted a photo
>>of my Anthurium pedato-radiatum if any of you are interested in seeing it.
>>Your assistance in identifying these plants will be greatly appreciated.
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