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Re : Arum pictum

  • Subject: Re : Arum pictum
  • From: "Jean-Luc Gatard" <jlgate@caramail.com>
  • Date: Tue, 03 Nov 2009 19:01:43 +0100

Marek,

Yes,you're right.Mine are from Corsica and they flowering in september.That is for me the only species with autumn blooming.Like Biarum ditschianum is distinct from others Biarum species with a spring flowering ...something different...always exiting!

 

Jean-Luc

 

----- Message d'origine -----

De : Marek Argent

Envoyés : 02.11.09 01:14

À : Discussion of aroids

Objet : [Aroid-l] Arum pictum

 

Hello,
 
Is Arum pictum the only Arum species blooming in Autumn?
I think it is identified correctly. It bloomed in October in Mallorca.
 
Marek

 

 

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