ARUM DIOSCORIDIS PDF

Arum 1, × 1,; KB. 0 references. taxon name. Arum dioscoridis. taxon author · James Edward Smith · year of taxon name publication. Taxonomy. Superdivision: Spermatophyta. Division: Angiospermae. Class: Monocotyledoneae. Family: Araceae. Genus: Arum. He points out the one disadvantage that Arum dioscoridis has and that is its smell “ akin to a mixture of dung and rotting flesh. The flower is spectacular, a pale.

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The plant contains calcium oxylate crystals. From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia. Specimens with a white spadix are possible, but extremely rare and localized. Arum dioscoridis is a plant dioscoricis the arum family Araceae.

ARUM DIOSCORIDIS

This page was last edited on 16 Octoberat Blooming in May – June, the spathe, gleams purple-black and rioscoridis a pale spadix. For a list of references used on this page please go here.

Page last modified on November 18,at Other sites 2 entries edit. Wikinews 0 entries edit. Always seek advice from a professional before using a plant medicinally. It occurs in sparse woodland areas, being a diosccoridis loving plant. In an article in The PlantsmanPeter Boyce, an expert on this genus suggests that he now believes another of the subspecies, ssp. Encyclopedia of Life ID. The light yellow coloured spathe, appearing in May in northern Italy, lasts only one week.

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In qrum, the short-stalked inflorescence appears consisting of a black, rod-shaped spadix surrounded by a yellow-green, purple-mottled brown or even purple bract spathe.

Pictures by Martin Bohnet show the common greenish form, a rare darker version both end of April and the fruit end of August. The root is abortifacient[61].

They are very shiny and even look nice when rained on. It flowers in Canberra, Australia in late September. In my northern California garden the large leaves appear in September. Perennials and Rock Plants:: By using this site, you agree to the Terms of Use and Privacy Policy.

Because it comes into growth in the late autumn it is best grown by a warm wall or in a bulb aru, A polymorphic species[]. Two attractive cultivars of this subspecies are shown below.

Arum dioscoridis philistaeum HKEP.9263

International Plant Names Index. If you have questions about xioscoridis plant please use the Forum on this website as we do not have the resources to answer questions ourselves. This is a QR code short for Quick Response which gives fast-track access to our website pages.

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Diowcoridis Subscribe to our newsletter! Flowering occurs between November and February depending on the year. Views Read View history. Arum nigrum Native to the Balkans. This vigorous, impressive and hardy plan, which excels in rich woodland, humus and shade, has proved to be one of the most popular Arum species in regular cultivation.

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The next one of a different planttaken around 9: The plant pictured below is form sometimes referred to in Italy as ‘marmoratum’. Some information cannot be used for commercial reasons or be modified but some can.

Wikibooks 0 entries edit. There’s a taxonomic problem on this species; it seems that Arum cylindraceum should be the right specific name.

Wikipedia 7 entries edit. Arum idaeum a rare endemic to the highest Cretan mountains. Seed – best sown in a greenhouse or cold frame as soon as it is ripe[]. Peter Boyce discusses this question in his monograph, The Genus Arum. Views Read Edit View history.

Only comments or links that are felt to be directly relevant to a plant will be included. Arum is a genus with tuberous roots in the Araceae family. One can literally dig with their hands!

Photos were contributed by the UC Botanical Garden.