[Arisaema-l] A. fargesii

Ellen Hornig hornig at oswego.edu
Sun Jun 23 20:56:28 CEST 2013

Someone messed up - there's your explanation.  A. fargesii emerges with a
simple leaf (no lobes or parts), and continues to produce those until
maturity, at which point the leave does become tripartite.  The immature
leaves look like big green caladium leaves.  Ellen

On Sun, Jun 23, 2013 at 2:48 PM, Shelagh Wilson
<shelaghwilson at waitrose.com>wrote:

>  Last year I received from the Seed Distribution a quantity of seed of A.
> fargesii and achieved an excellent germination. They are now emerging and,
> very enexpectedly some are showing 5-foliate leaves. According to the bible
> they are trifoliate. Doews anyone have an explanation?****
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Ellen Hornig
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