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Re: Orange Candleflower

And if you visit Breck's website you will see an other picture which looks like the leaves of Zantedeschia albomaculata and the fruit heads of Arum italicum. It is called marketing.
It is very common that the pictures are edited to make the plant more attractive. I think the biggest problems are with the pre-packed bulbs with capper.
And they do forget to tell about the smell of Sauromatum guttatum (Typhonium venosum, or what ever name you like).

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