A few months ago there was some discussion on the list about
purple-spathed pinellias. At that time I was close to having one
flowering. I got the plant from Tony Avent and upon flowering definitely
proved to be a P. tripartita. So there is definitely a purple form
Recently I flowered a small Pinellia that I got from Shing Lam many
years ago, which he had bought in China. This creep didn't want to
flower when in a pot although it was lovingly taken care of. This year,
a small bulblet escaped on to the table and trhived like none of its
parents and flowered. Behold, a beautiful purple form of P. ternata. The
leaves are deeply three-cleft to three-sect and produce bulbils in the
lower half of the petiole, as a proper P. ternata should.
Peter Boyce tells me he does not know of any description of P. ternata
including atropurple forms. So be it, but it is alive! I suppose I have
to multiply this for you guys, huh?
> From: Julius Boos[SMTP:email@example.com]
> Reply To: firstname.lastname@example.org
> Sent: zondag 13 september 1998 17:54
> To: email@example.com
> Subject: Re: Pinella
> -----Original Message-----
> From: William Perez <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> To: email@example.com <firstname.lastname@example.org>
> Date: Saturday, September 12, 1998 4:48 PM
> Subject: Re: One Beautiful Site!
> >>Does anyone have a list of bibliographic references for Pinellia,
> William Perez<<
> Dear William,
> All I could find are in the new book, The Genera of Aroids.
> They are--
> Engler, A. (1920a).Araceae-Aroideae.Araceae-Pistioideae. In Engler,A.
> Das Pflanzenreich 73 (1V.23A): 1-71.
> Benzig,L. (1969). Beitrag zur Klarungder Verwandtschaftsverhaltnisse
> Tribus Areae (Aroideae Araceae) auf vergleichend-blutenmorphologischer
> Grunlange. Unpub. Ph.D Dissertation, Johannes-Gutenberg Universitat
> 86 pp.+39 plates.
> Li Heng (1979) Araceae, Lemnaceae. In Wu Cheng Yih & Li Heng. Fl.
> Pop. Sinicae 13 (2): 1-242, Peking. ( The book references this
> under the name "Li", not Li Heng, but I believe this is the one.)
> Ulhartz, H. (1985). 1st Pinella tripartita (Blume) Schott
> habituell anemophil geitonogam? Beitr. Biol. Pflanzen. 60: 277-291.
> Ulhartz, H. (1986). Zum Problem des "blatlosen Sprosses": Morphologie
> Anatomie der Infloreszenz von Pinella tripartita (Blume) Schott
> Aroideae). Beitr. Biol. Pflanzen 61: 241-282.
> Boyce, P.C. (1988). Pinella tripatita. Kew Mag. 5(1): 18-21, t. 95.
> Rugh, J. (1990). Pinellas. Bull. Amer. Rock Garden.Soc. 48 (3):
> I hope these are of help.
Other Mailing lists |
Author Index |
Date Index |
Subject Index |