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The following Web sites feature aroids as some part or all of their content. Since this page of links resides on the International Aroid Society's (IAS) Web Site, the numerous pages found on that site are not included here, but they can be accessed and searched from this page. Please contact Albert Huntington if you have suggestions for other sites that should be listed here, or if you should find links that are no longer valid.
Aroid Enthusiasts' Web Pages
Institutional Aroid Web Pages
- Amorphophallus gigas flowering at the Fairchild Tropical Garden.
- Amorphophallus gigas by Yuzammi of the Kebun Raya Bogor Botanic Gardens.
- Amorphophallus konjac and Typhonium trilobatum at the Basel University Botanical Garden (Swedish).
- Amorphophallus titanum flowering at the Bonn Botanical Garden, 1936, 1940, 1987, and more recently as well (in German). Includes a single 117kg tuber which produced three inflorescences at the same time in 2006.
- Amorphophallus titanum flowering at the California State University, Fullerton, 2000.
- Amorphophallus titanum flowering at the Fairchild Tropical Garden, 1998.
- Amorphophallus titanum flowering at the Fairchild Tropical Garden, 1999.
- Amorphophallus titanum flowering at the Fairchild Tropical Garden, 2001.
- Amorphophallus titanum flowering at The Huntington Botanical Gardens, 1999.
- Amorphophallus titanum flowering at The Huntington Botanical Gardens, 1999, per the BBC.
- Amorphophallus titanum fruiting at The Huntington Botanical Gardens per the BBC.
- Amorphophallus titanum at the Kebun Raya Bogor Botanic Gardens.
- Amorphophallus titanum flowering at The Royal Botanical Garden, Kew, 1996.
- Amorphophallus titanum flowerings at the Marie Selby Botanical Garden, 1999.
- Amorphophallus titanum flowering at the Marie Selby Botanical Garden, 2001.
- Amorphophallus titanum flowering at the University of Wisconsin, 2001.
- Araceae of Costa Rica from the INBio inventory database (in Spanish).
- Araceae of Ecuador from Dr. Richard Mansell, University of South Florida.
- Araceae in the New York Botanical Garden Vascular Plant Type Catalog.
- Araceae of OmniCyber.
- Araceae of Brunei Darussalam by P.C. Boyce on the RBG Kew's Brueni Checklist of Species Page.
- Araceae Inventory of the Costa Rican National Institute of Biodiversity.
- Aroidia Research - Hybridizers of Alocasia, Philodendron, and Anthurium.
- BoDD (Botanical Dermatology Database) provides monographs on aroids that either cause or have been used to treat skin injury or disease.
- Calla palustris in the Aquatic and Wetland Vascular Plants of the Northern Great Plains list of the U.S. Geological Survey.
- The Family Araceae of the University of Hawaii Botany Department.
- The Greenhouse at Virginia Wesleyan College has many aroids in it's collection.
- Horticulture Digest of the Hawaii Cooperative Extension Service.
- Plants Toxic to Animals of the University of Illinois.
- The US Army Guide to Poisonous and Toxic Plants includes many species of aroids.
- Utrecht University Botanic Gardens Arisaema Page.
- University of Wales Aberystwyth Botany Gardens aroids in the tropical glasshouse.
- Virus susceptibilities of Araceae of Plant Viruses Online: Descriptions and Lists from the VIDE Database.
- Zantedeschia aethiopica page of the Gardens at Water Lily Cottage Web site.
Aroid Ethnobotany and Cuisine
- `Ape, (pronounced ah-pay) Alocasia macrorrhizos as described in the Canoe Plants of Ancient Hawaii Site.
- Aroid Ethnobotany by B and T World Seeds.
- Aroid Famine Foods by Robert Freedman of the New Crop Homepage at Purdue University.
- Colocasia esculenta leaf curry in gravy and C. esculenta petiole salad at Ganesh Mani Pradhan and Son Nursery
- Colocasia esculenta and Xanthosoma sagittifolium as part of the common vegetables listed by the Singapore Science Center.
- Dracontium peruvianum of Raintree Nutrition, Inc., Austin, Texas
- Elephant Foot Yam (Amorphophallus paeoniifolius) of the Seed Production Scheme, Regional Centre of C.T.C.R.I., Orissa, India.
- Growing Edible Aroids by Dr. Lester Kallus. Includes a list of edible tuberous aroids sorted by common name, by botanical name, and by cuisine.
- Herbweb by Tim Johnson.
- Kalo (Taro) ethnobotany as described in the Canoe Plants of Ancient Hawaii Site.
- Konnyaku foods of Kyoei Konnyaku, Inc., made from Amorphophallus konjac flour.
- Manufacturing of Acridity-free Raw Flour from Araceae Tubers by the University of Hawaii Developed Technologies.
- The Poi Company.
- Taro Links from John Fischer's Hawaiian Culture Links Site.
- Taro Production Guidelines for Kauai by the University of Hawaii Cooperative Extension Service.
Aroid Botanical Art and Images
- Agri-Starts of Apopka, Florida, USA. This site is most notable for it's aroid images and growing information.
- Araceae images of the Australian National Botanic Gardens.
- Araceae images of the Botanical Collections of the University of Connecticut.
- Araceae of the Texas A&M University Vascular Plant Image Gallery.
- Arisaema images on the WWW compiled by Dr. Eric Gouda of the Utrecht University Botanic Gardens.
- The Plants of Horticulture by Ohio State University.
- Zone 10 image collection of important aroid foliage plants.
- Arisaema-L and the Arisaema Enthusiast Group.
- Aroid-L hosted by the International Aroid Society. An indexed archives is maintained.
Aroid Listserver Archives
- Arisaema-L hosted by Utrecht University Botanic Gardens.
- Aroid-L hosted by Mallorn Computing.
Companies Offering Aroids
- Agri-Starts of Apopka, Florida, USA.
- Amulree Exotics of Maylandsea, Essex, United Kingdom.
- Alocasia.com of Fa. D. vd Bos Potplanten of Gravenzande, The Netherlands.
- AlterNative Solutions of Wilbur by the Sea,Florida.
- Alvim Siedel of Santa Catarina, Brazil.
- Anthura B.V. of Bleiswijk, The Netherlands.
- Arizona Aquatic Gardens of Tucson, Arizona, USA.
- The aroid.ru site is completely in Russian, and has a very nice gallery. They are also selling some plants.
- Asiatica of Lewisberry, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Athelas Plants of East Sussex, United Kingdom.
- B and T World Seeds, Aroids of Olonzac, France.
- Bali Orchid Garden of Tohpati, Bali, Indonesia.
- Ben Candlin of Woodbury, Devon, UK.
- Bernecker's Nursery of Goulds Florida, USA.
- Bob Smoley's Garden World of Gibsonia, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Black Jungle Terrarium Supply of Turners Falls, Massachusetts, USA.
- Bloomz of Tauranga, New Zealand.
- Brian's Botanicals of Louisville, Kentucky, USA.
- Butler Nurseries of Miami, Florida, USA.
- Callas New Zealand of Paparoa, Northland, New Zealand
- Cook's Carnivorous Plants of Eugene, Oregon, USA.
- Dennerle Aquaristic of Vinningen, Germany.
- Dragon Agro Products of Kendall Park, New Jersey, USA.
- Ecuagenera of Cuenca, Ecuador.
- Excelsa Gardens of Loxahatchee, Florida, USA.
- Exotica Plants of CMB Cordalba via Childers, Queensland, Australia.
- Fancy Plants Farms of Lake Placid, Florida, USA.
- Fraser's Thimble Farm of Salt Spring Island, British Columbia, Canada.
- Ganesh Mani Pradhan and Son Nursery of Kalimpong, West Bengal, India.
- Gardino Nursery Corp. at www.rareflora.com of Delray Beach, Florida, USA.
- Glasshouse Works of Stewart,Ohio, USA.
- Grigsby Cactus Nursery of Vista, California, USA.
- Jungle Paradise of Benton, Pennsylvania, USA.
- Hawaii Tropical Flower Council of Hilo, Hawaii, USA.
- Heronswood Nursery of Kingston, Washington, USA.
- Holyland Foliage of Apopka, Florida, USA.
- J. D. Andersen Nursery of Calle Frontera, San Clemente, California.
- Kapiteyn Speciale Culturen b.v. of Breezand, The Netherlands.
- Malesiana Tropicals of Kuching, Sarawak, Malaysia.
- Mulu Nurseries of Tenbury Wells, Worcestershire, United Kingdom.
- Nature Hills Nursery of Omaha, Nebraska.
- NSE Tropicals of Fort Lauderdale, Florida, USA.
- Northeast Greenhouses of Noylan, Quebec, Canada.
- Oglesby Plants International of Altha, Florida, USA.
- Pacific Callas of Calabasas, California, USA.
- Pacific Callas also has a Wholesale Elephant Ears website.
- Pacific Rim Native Plant Nursery of Chlliwaick, British Columbia, Canada.
- Palm Hammock Orchid Estate of Miami, Florida, USA.
- Paul Christian ~ Rare Plants of Wrexham in North Wales, United Kingdom.
- Plant Delights Nursery of Juniper Level, North Carolina, USA.
- Plant World Explorations of Leumeah, NSW, Australia.
- Rare Plant Research of Portland, Oregon, USA .
- Redland Nursery of Homestead, Florida, USA .
- San Marcos Growers of Santa Barbara, California, USA.
- Seneca Hill Perennials of Oswego, New York, USA.
- Silver Krome Gardens of Homestead, Florida, USA.
- Spring Hill Nurseries of Tipp City, Ohio, USA.
- Sunshine Farm and Garden of Renick, West Virginia, USA.
- Sunshine Foliage World of Zolfosprings, Florida, USA.
- T & C Terrariums of Harbor Oaks, Florida, USA.
- Taro and Ti Farm of Lakeland, Florida, USA.
- Tropica Aquarium Plants of Hjortshoej, Denmark.
- Tropical Gardens of Maui of Wailuku, Hawaii, USA.
- Tropiflora of Sarasota, Florida, USA.
- Twyford Plant Laboratories of Santa Paula, California, USA.
- Urban Jungle of Norwich, Norfolk, United Kingdom.
- Worldwide Exotics - supplier of rare and exotic plants in the United Kingdom.
- www.rareplants.eu of Tenerife, Canary Islands, Spain.
- Zone 10 of Homestead, Florida, USA.
Botanical Links Useful
to the Study of Aroids