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    does anyone have experince doing this? can i have some advise? thanks


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    thanks for you imput

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    anyone?
    thanks for you imput

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    I couldn't find any Arum hygrohilum, and I don't know it myself. Did you mean A. hygrophyllum? Dave's Garden has several Arum sp. on file. This lists A. hygrophyllum as a synonym of the plant A. dioscoridis, and has cultivation details. I hope that helps.
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    ok...that was fairly helpful..thanks
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    A. hygrophilum "flower" is very different than A. dioscoridis "flower".

    A. hygrophilum



    A. dioscoridis
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    Hey, I was just pointing to what I found. I don't know jack about Arum. However, even if they are synonymous, they could be referring to different varieties of the same species, as taxonomical corrections do tend to take a while to spread throughout the relevant fields. Also, the species is known to be polymorphic, meaning it has more than one naturally occuring form; two different flowers doesn't mean two different species. Look at a typical S. leucophylla flower and and one of leucophylla var. 'Tarnok' - there's a stark contrast in anatomical detail, not just coloration, and yet they're the same species.
    Best luck Brad; I'm glad I could help.
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