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Good-sized tubers. This size would be normally flowering size in most species, however in this species the FS tubers are huge, so these probably class as first size. This new stock is raised from material originally found by Professor Speta in Cyprus. Boyce has confirmed that this stock is in fact the variety syriacum. The spathes in this form are large and pale lime-green, lightly speckled and stippled in black and deep violet around their edges and especially towards the base. The leaves are mostly plain in our stock, but can sometimes be lightly marked with white clouding in zones around the midrib.

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Good-sized tubers. This size would be normally flowering size in most species, however in this species the FS tubers are huge, so these probably class as first size. This new stock is raised from material originally found by Professor Speta in Cyprus. Boyce has confirmed that this stock is in fact the variety syriacum. The spathes in this form are large and pale lime-green, lightly speckled and stippled in black and deep violet around their edges and especially towards the base.

The leaves are mostly plain in our stock, but can sometimes be lightly marked with white clouding in zones around the midrib. Easy here growing well in our natural sandy loam, and given no special conditions, although a stock grown under unheated glass does well presumably as the stout foliage is wind-protected. Under these conditions, our largest spathes are massive and measure in at 38cm from base to tip. Our Current listing is our Autumn listing for delivery September onward.

All prices are each per bulb or corm. Despatched September-November. Arum dioscoridis syriacum quantity. Description Description This new stock is raised from material originally found by Professor Speta in Cyprus. Arum dioscoridis syriacum. This website uses cookies to improve your experience. We'll assume you're ok with this, but you can opt-out if you wish Accept Read More.

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Arum dioscoridis is a perennial plant up to 1 feet 30 cm tall. In winter appear green, arrow-shaped leaves. In spring, the short-stalked inflorescence appears consisting of a black, rod-shaped spadix surrounded by a yellow-green, purple-mottled brown or even purple bract. The female flowers are located at the bottom of the spadix, above are the male flowers and the top is a sterile area appendix. Arum s are quite easy to grow. Their biggest threat comes from drought. However most species are sun lovers and are grown on what is known as a "Mediterranean Cycle", that is a warm and dry summer and a cool and wet winter.

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