--- Wilbert Hetterscheid wrote:
> Hi Ken,
> That's definitely P. pedatisecta.
> > Aroiders,
> > We've had a terribly wet Spring here in the
> northeast USA so I just
> > tilled my big garden last Thursday. (Just in time
> to get more rain.)
> > Much to my surprise I found this aroid that had
> been dumped out with my
> > old potting medium had come up after overwintering
> here in a cold, wet
> > zone 5a.
> > I do believe it's a Pinellia but it's not one I
> took photos of last year
> > while I was growing them - so now I'm not sure
> what species it is. It's
> > growing in full sun in normal garden loam and
> seems quite happy.
> > I know it's not P. tripartita, and I grew a
> limited number of species -
> > so maybe it's P. pedatisecta? I'd love to know...
> > -Ken
> > P.S. It might not be Pinellia, I grew a lot of
> Typhoniums too, but I
> > don't think it's Typhonium.
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