Aroids for sale(All pot sizes are approximate)
Cultural Information - Colocasia/Alocasia
(Taro), Family Araceae, Originating from Bangladesh. Arrow shaped leaves to 40cm and unusually for an Alocasia pointing down.
(Upright Elephant Ear), Family Araceae, Garden origin. A mid sized Alocasia with snakeskin-like stems and serrated leaves. It produces suckers freely if in the right growing conditions.
(Calidora elephant’s ear, Upright Elephant Ear), Family Araceae, Garden origin. A hybrid of A. gageana and A odora. Calidora is a very vigorous Alocasia, producing massive, shiny, lush green, rounded leaves.
(Upright Elephants Ears), Family Araceae, Originating from Tropical Asia. Very similar to Alocasia macrorrhiza, very fast growing with rounder, large, waxy, crinkled, arrow shaped leaves. Rooted, leaves emerging.
(Elephants ear, metallic taro), Family Araceae, Originating from Southeast Asia. Striking, large, deep green-black metallic leaves with prominent purple veins on the leaf undersides. Mature leaves are puckered and wavy. It forms a large clump, very fast growing i
(upright elephant ear), Family Araceae, Garden origin. Magnificent architectural Alocasia is a hybrid cross of A. odora and A. portei. Grows in a large upright clump. Huge, green, heavily-scalloped leaves on robust purple stalks.
(Elephant Ear), Family Araceae, Garden origin. A hybrid of A.zebrina and A. micholitziana. Vertical, white veined, wavy edged leaves on stripy stems.
(Elephant Ear 'Sumo'), Family Araceae, Garden origin. 'Sumo' is a cross between Alocasia 'Portodora' and 'Purple Cloak'. Reddish-black stems with dark, upward-pointing, huge green leaves that are up to 1.2m long and 70cm wide when fully mature.
(Jack-in-the-pulpit, Cobra lily), Family Araceae, Originating from Himalayas. A tuberous perennial with a single leaf made up of radiating leaflets at the tip of the stem. This is a variable form and the hooded, pitcher-like spathe can range from green to black.
Family Araceae, Originating from Himalayas, Indochina. A tall exotic looking tuberous perennial with a single umbrella like leaf bearing up to 20 leaflets of up to 20cm or more. A purple brown, green or white riped hooded spathe appears in summer.
(Cobra lily), Family Araceae, Originating from Nepal, Darjeeling and Tibet. Produces enormous, thick, heavily veined dark green leaves with a red margin in late spring, and a bizarre yet beautiful maroon and white striped flared spathe.
(Cobra lily), Family Araceae, Originating from Himalayas. Produces a green and maroon mottled stem and at its tip, an enormous, thick, veined leaf, sometimes two, split into three leaflets with a burgundy spathe.
(Whipcord Cobra lily), Family Araceae, Originating from Himalayas, China and India. One of the tallest and most dramatic Arisaemas with a purple/green mottled stem with exotic-looking palmate foliage held at its tip.
(Black Taro), Family Araceae, Garden origin. A sport of the fabulous but notoriously tricky Colocasia 'Black Magic'. Gorgeous black, ruffled leaves. These appear to be more vigorous than 'Black Magic'.
(Taro 'Coal Miner'), Family Araceae, Garden origin. Gorgeous selection of Colocasia esculenta, the black leaf pattern is similar to Colocasia 'Illustris', but the background leaf colour is dark olive as opposed to medium green.
(Taro 'Fontanesii'), Family Araceae, Originating from Southeast Asia. Superb colocasia with heart-shaped, dark green leaves with a dull sheen, held on dark burgundy, almost black stems.
(Imperial Taro, black caladium), Family Araceae, Originating from Polynesia. Large, very dark green leaves with irregular purple/black blotches between the veins and glossy brown leaf stalks.
(Taro 'Jack's Giant'), Family Araceae, Originating from Costa Rica. Huge Colocasia with massive blue-green leaves that can grow 1.2m long and 1m wide.
(Taro 'Mojito'), Family Araceae, Garden origin. A sport of Colocasia 'Burgundy Stem' via Colocasia 'Black Marble'. Named after the popular Cuban mixed drink, medium green leaves with dark purple flecks throughout.
(Giant Elephant Ear), Family Araceae, Originating from Tropical regions. Extremely fast growing Colocasia that produces huge bluish-green leaves up to 2m long and 1.5m wide.
(Hitchhiker elephant ears), Family Araceae, Originating from Himalayas. Produces large, oval, sometimes solitary leaf that can reach up to 60cm. This leaf has a superb gloss and a puckered, leathery texture. It also produces a waxy yellow flowering spathe.
(Elephant Ear), Family Araceae, Originating from Tropical America. Closely related to similar-looking Alocasia and Colocasia plants, with their dramatic gold-to-lime-green elephant ear foliage.
(Arum lily), AGM, Family Araceae, Originating from South Africa. Forms great clumps of large, glossy, bright green, arrow-shaped leaves and produces large pure white flowering spathes over a long period from spring to late summer.
(Arum lily), AGM, Family Araceae, Originating from South Africa. A clump-forming perennial, evergreen in mild UK winters, forming a mound of overlapping, upright, glossy, bright green leaves.
(Arum lily), AGM, Family Araceae, Originating from South Africa. Glossy, bright green leaves up to 80cm long and large green and cream flowering spathes.
Family Araceae, Originating from South Africa. An enormous semi-evergreen perennial producing a clump of gigantic white-spotted, glossy green leaves. In spring, summer and autumn, large white flowers are held above the foliage on long upright stems.
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