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MY YOUNG ARISAEMA.
PICTURES TAKEN 3 AUGUST 2023. ALSO SEED PRODUCED THIS YEAR shown below.
The pictures below are all different trays of Arisaema and not one taken from different angles.
Above: 2022 seed from my one of my first Arisaema: A. ciliatum.
Right above A. flavum and right A. tortuosum. All my own seed
A. intermedium offsets from 2022. There are 3 more in the pot that have decided not to grow this year but look healthy enough.
Left sown 2023.
Right sown 2022. As the Arisaemas mature the leaves look more like their parents. This could take 2 to 4 years. This will vary even from seed collected at the same time from the same Arisaema.
Left. A. flavum and A. candidissimum.
More A. flavum with A. fargesia to the right.
Even more A. flavum.
LEFT: PICTURE TAKEN IN 2023. ARISAEMA GROWING WITH A COLOCASIA. SEEDLINGS THAT I THOUGHT HAD DIED THROUGH DAMPING OFF. I HAD REUSED THE COMPOST THEY WERE IN IN 2021. THERE WERE 24 SEEDLINGS IN THE POT IN 2021.
A. flavum sown 17 Feb 22. They in a very large pot outside. In the shade of a 6' Euonymus.
A. consanguineum 'perfect wave' offsets. Below another one with offsets.
A. candidissimum with A kiushianum to it's left.
Pictures taken on 5 Dec 23. Above: A. consanguineum 'giant form' seed.
Left: Young A. candidissimum given to me by Pineview Nursery.
Left: A. consanguineum 'perfect wave'. Picture taken 5 Dec23. I have never had Arisaema grow in the autumn or indeed have seed germinate. This is a first.
A. triphyllum with seed.
A. costatum with companions including weeds. It was purchased in March 2021.
A. consanguineam kelung insulare with seed.
A. consangiuneum perfect wave.
NEW SEED PURCHASED 2023: consanguineum giant form ordered 13 Sept and 2 germinated 12 Oct, triphyllum starburst, yunnanense, griffithii black vinyl and limbatum.
Next 3 pictures of some of my Arisaema taken at the Rayleigh Horticultural Society Summer Show.
Pictures below were taken on 25 Oct 23.
I had decided to leave the seeds in the fruiting spikes until the spring but some have been going moldy so have sown them without washing them.
A. consanguineum perfect wave
A. costatum A. ringens
A. ciliatum A. fargesii
A. tortuosum A. triphyllum
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