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Alismatales

The Alismatales are an order of flowering plants comprised of over 4500 species, most of which are terrestrial or epiphytic, but some are aquatic and grow totally or partially submerged in fresh or salt water. They are amply distributed in tropical and temperate regions, on all continents, except Antarctica. Many of the Alismataceae are raised for their ornamental potential as well as edible use, with the rhizomes being traditionally consumed in many parts of Asia. The large aroid family, Araceae, integrates more than 4000 species including the widely grown taro (Colocasia esculenta), a staple food for the wet tropics, and countless genera that are popular and well-known ornamentals such as Alocasia, Amorphophallus, Anthurium, Arisaema and Philodendron.

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Aglaonema simplex
Aglaonema simplex
= Aglaonema tenuipes
An attractive, upright perennial to about 80 cm tall with broad, glossy deep green leaves, popular as an indoor plant or as a ground cover in the tropics...
From USD 5.46 In Stock
Alocasia alba
(Description coming soon)..
From USD 15.15 In Stock
Alocasia evrardii
(Description coming soon)..
From USD 5.68 In Stock
Amorphophallus dactylifer
A large aroid from the Philippines that produces a tall, single, compound leaf on a thick, fleshy stalk from a big, bowl-shaped tuber. When the leaf wilts in Winter or the dry season and the plant goes into dormancy, the tuber can be dug up and stored dry. Before a new leaf is produced, mature plant..
From USD 15.15 In Stock
Amorphophallus krausei
(Description coming soon)..
From USD 26.51 In Stock
Arisaema concinnum
This cobra lily is widely distributed from the Himalayas to northern Myanmar and southwestern China at high altitude between 1700 and 3600 m and produces a large inflorescence in summer, clothed in a stunning dark purple or almost black spathe with vertical white stripes that usually produces a whip..
From USD 5.68 In Stock
Arisaema flavum – Yellow Jack in the Pulpit
This attractive small aroid has a huge distribution area from the highlands at the Horn of Africa through the mountains of Arabia and Afghanistan and the Himalayas to southern central China. It sports palmate leaves and a pretty, yellow inflorescence followed by reddish fruits in autumn. In cultivat..
From USD 5.68 In Stock
Arisaema intermedium – Intermediate Cobra Lily
This cobra lily is distributed from the Himalayas to Yunnan in southwestern China at high altitude. Its inflorescence is clothed in a greenish to purple spathe and produces a long, whip-like tip. The single, large, glossy leaf is palmate and deeply lobed to the base into 3 broad segments. The foliag..
From USD 5.68 In Stock
Arisaema tortuosum – Whipcord Cobra Lily
This cobra lily is widely distributed from the Himalayas and southwestern China south to Myanmar and India. It produces a green inflorescence in summer that has a long, upright green or purple tip like an antenna. The glossy, palmate leaves can get quite large. The foliage dies in fall and the plant..
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Arum maculatum – Snakeshead
A small, perennial, deciduous aroid with attractive, purple spotted leaves and an upright, greenish inflorescence followed by by densely clustered, bright orange red fruits. Arum maculatum is widespread in woodlands in much of Europe to the Black Sea and makes an attractive ornamental, popularly use..
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Originally native from Mexico to tropical South America, where it grows in wetlands, typically in shallow, stagnant water, this perennial has invaded large parts of Southeast Asia, where it is considered a nuisance but is also appreciated and widely consumed as a vegetable, either raw or cooked. It ..
From USD 5.01 In Stock
Pinellia pedatisecta – Chinese Green Dragon
An Arisaema-like aroid native to central and southern China, where it grows in the understory of forests. It produces large, palmate leaves and slender, long, green, whiplike inflorescences. Very easy to grow in a wide range of temperate and warm temperate climates...
From USD 5.79 Low Stock
Remusatia hookeriana
This delightful, small, often epiphytic aroid is native to the undergrowth of mountain forests in the Himalayas to 2400 m (7900 ft.) between Nepal and Indo-China. It is easily reproduced by bulbils and forms mats of creeping rhizomes that in spring give rise to small, heart-shaped leaves that are pu..
From USD 5.68 In Stock
Remusatia vivipara – Hitchhiker Elephant Ear
A medium-sized, fast growing, sometimes epiphytic aroid native to the undergrowth of temperate and tropical forests between the Himalayas, China, Southeast Asia, northern Australia and large parts of Africa. It spreads by small bulbils that cling to animals fur like burs. The beautiful glossy green ..
From USD 5.68 In Stock
Sauromatum venosum - bulbs Ø1-2cm – Voodoo Lily
A small aroid, native to woodlands and pastures between 1300 and 2000 m (4400 and 6700 ft.) from tropical Africa through the Himalayas to western China. In spring, from an underground tuber, it forms a slender, reddish brown "flower", actually an inflorescence, that attracts flies and other insects ..
From USD 20.05 Low Stock
Typhonium trilobatum
A small aroid widespread from northeastern India to China and throughout Indochina. It produces several trilobed leaves and a short inflorescence with a dark red spathe from an underground rhizome...
From USD 25.51 Low Stock
Zantedeschia aethiopica – Lily of the Nile
A well known and widely popular perennial in the aroid family, originally native to South Africa, with broad, fleshy, bright green leaves and white, funnel-shaped inflorescences. It is widely cultivated in warm temperate climates as an ornamental and for cut flowers. With generous mulching it is har..
From USD 5.35 In Stock
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Remusatia vivipara – Hitchhiker Elephant Ear
From USD 5.68   In Stock

A medium-sized, fast growing, sometimes epiphytic aroid native to the undergrowth of temperate and tropical forests between the Himalayas, China, Southeast Asia, northern Australia and large parts of ...

Zantedeschia aethiopica – Lily of the Nile
From USD 5.35   In Stock

A well known and widely popular perennial in the aroid family, originally native to South Africa, with broad, fleshy, bright green leaves and white, funnel-shaped inflorescences. It is widely cultivat...

Remusatia hookeriana
From USD 5.68   In Stock

This delightful, small, often epiphytic aroid is native to the undergrowth of mountain forests in the Himalayas to 2400 m (7900 ft.) between Nepal and Indo-China. It is easily reproduced by bulbils an...

Amorphophallus dactylifer
From USD 15.15   In Stock

A large aroid from the Philippines that produces a tall, single, compound leaf on a thick, fleshy stalk from a big, bowl-shaped tuber. When the leaf wilts in Winter or the dry season and the plant goe...

Arisaema flavum – Yellow Jack in the Pulpit
From USD 5.68   In Stock

This attractive small aroid has a huge distribution area from the highlands at the Horn of Africa through the mountains of Arabia and Afghanistan and the Himalayas to southern central China. It sports...

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