The trees consist of very few branches, usually with candelabrum-like branching system. In the axils of the leaves formed during later development, the axillary branch primordiae do not produce more than one or two prophylls and a bud. Thick unicellular hairs 2.
Similar to mature leaves but only mm tall.
Dark green, large, leathery and arrow shaped. Several per shoot arising from the base Stipules - None. Petiole - Green, becoming paler and white at the base. Sheathing near the base. Arises from the tuber like rhizome. Blade - Arrow shaped ovate-cordatemm long x mm wide, shiny, smooth and wavy edges and blunt basal lobes.
Base notched where the petiole joins. Tip pointed and bent down.
Parallel, curved veins arising from the mid rib and indented into the upper surface of the leaf and raised on the lower surface. Sides curved to straight, angular and undulating. Surface flat to undulating. Flower stalk - Erect, stout. Arises from the base of the plant.
About 6 mm diameter and up to mm tall. Large, white, funnel shaped, erect, persistent spathe leaf like bractby mm, on a stout stalk. It is split to the base with overlapping edges, top widely spreading, tip pointed and bent back. Spathe surrounds the orange-yellow spike of flowers.
Spike or simple spadix - Bright yellow to orange-yellow, shorter than spathe but protrudes. On a stout stalk that extends to the base of the plant. Numerous tightly packed male and female flowers.
Upper Male section is covered with stamens and 4 times longer than the lower female section. Male and female flowers. Lower ones female, upper ones male.
Ovary - 3 celled with 2 to many ovules in each cell. Style - Short or absent. Stamens - Stamens without anthers staminodes surround the female flowers. Pollen forms thread like strings from pores at the top of the anther. Globular, mm diameter, succulent, berries in an enlarged cluster with about berries.
Initially green turning orange-yellow on maturity. Yellow-brown, 3 mm diameter. Tuber like rhizome gives rise to white, fleshy, finely branched, 3 mm thick laterals. Rhizome is usually a dense cluster of several large, knobbly, short, thick tubers and many small tubers.
Yellow spadix surrounded by a white, funnel shaped spathe. Flowers mainly from August to December. Seeds germinate in autumn and winter and grow slowly producing a pea sized tuber by its first summer.
It continues growth during summer if moisture is available and becomes dormant in early winter. New leaves form in winter to spring.
It normally takes several years before it flowers.
Nodules from tubers behave similarly and increase in size before flowering. Large tubers produce leaves in winter and spring and flower from late winter to spring each year.Sign up as a team or individual for Anthesis 7th Annual Run/Walk "Power of the Flower" at the Fairplex in Pomona on June 9th! We will have family fun activities, an.
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