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Arisaema album
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Arisaema griffithii Var PradhaniiThis variety was earlier described as A. pradhanii by Kew botanist C.E.C. Fischer in honour of Rai Saheb Ratna Bahadur Pradhan of Rhenock, Sikkim. It is much more ornamental, and is distinguished from the type by much larger, 18-25 cm wide spathe. The spadix appendage can be over 50 cm long.
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Arisaema speciosumOne of the amazing species from the Himalayas. Spathe purplish-pink, violet and white with dark purple-red stripes. Spadix appendage upto 45cm long. The stems are intensely mottled and carries trifoliate leaves with red border. Hardy and easy to grow in half shade.
(1 votes)
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Arisaema tortuosumA very vigorous grower often 200 cm tall. Combines apple green to purplish green spathes with curved ascending stout spadix and magnificent foliage.
(1 votes)
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Arisaema griffithiiThis one is, of course, the most astonishing of all the Himalayan Arisaemas. Very easy to grow as an outdoor woodland garden plant in cold areas. The spathe is large and beautifully ornamented. The spadix appendage can be upto 20” long.
(1 votes)
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Arisaema galeatumThe specific names originates from Latin galea meaning helmet. The spathe which is light green run by vertical white lines and recurves suddenly forming a helmet-like structure. Leaves trifoliate and above the inflorescence.
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