Images posted by: Michael Goetz (Arisaema/1_indet )

Jeanne Hannah Jmh98law at AOL.COM
Mon Jul 2 01:05:40 CEST 2007

Well, Jim, I have been "out of the market" so long (not adding to my
collection, working on other things) . . . that you are far more likely than I to be
correct. But do let me know the consensus of opinion, as I can then ID the one
I see from where I sit . . . looking into my North garden.

Jeanne Hannah
Traverse City, Michigan Zone 5b

In a message dated 7/1/07 5:18:58 PM, Jmh98law at writes:

The two images posted at the URLS as per below are Arisaema heterophyllum

The image posted at the URL as per below is A. fargesii

I agree that the first 2 appear to be A. heterophyllum  (I assume we're
talking about the plant in the background), but I don't think the third is
fargesii. Hard to be sure without the foliage, but A. concinnum, A. ciliatum or
another species from section Sinarisaema seems likely.


Jim McClements
50 S. Prestwick Ct.
Dover, Delaware 19904, USA
Zone 7a

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