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 Post subject: Eminium lehmannii = Helicophyllum Lehmann
PostPosted: Sun Feb 27, 2005 12:44 am 
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Interessanter Teil, gibt kaum Informationen davon.
Quite interesting stuff, there's nearly no information about it.

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 Post subject: Eminium lehmannii!
PostPosted: Fri Mar 11, 2005 7:05 pm 
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Das seh ich genau so, denn ich hab mir Ende 2004 diese Art zugelegt und wenn alles gut geht weiß ich bald mehr darüber.
Die Pflanzen stehen in meinem Winterschutz, getopft, hell und Kalt bis ca. 5 Grad Minus.
Hat jemand Erfahrung welches Substraht man ihnen anbieten sollte?
Ich hab es mal mit einer Trockenmischung probiert.
Erstanden habe ich meine Pflanzen in England.


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Zitat aus Aroids:
Eminium:
Much smaller that Arum and Biarum in both distribution and size of genus is little-known genus Eminium, which has eight species and ranges from Turkey through the Middle east to south central Asia. Growing in more barren regions than many other aroids, eminiums are found on stony and sandy ground in savannahs and semi-desserts. They are less hardy than biarums, difficult to cultivate and rarely seen in collections.
[tab]In appereance, eminiums are somewhere between Biarum and Helicodiceros, often resembling the former in inflorscences and fruits, and the later in foliage. They usually grow in quite open situations in which the typical purplish-black colouration of the inner spathe limb stands out clearly against a light coloured background of stones, limestone, or the caked surface of dry sand.
[tab]Eminium lehmannii is a common species of rocky slopes, sandy wastelands, and heavily grazed grassland in Iran. The spathe is greenish outside and velvety black inside; the spadix is black. A spherical cluster of white berries develops below ground, pushing up above the surface when mature and flushing violet in the ligth. This species has simple lanceolate or barely sagitate leaves, whereas E. intortum, which is found on cultivated land and dry stony hillsides in Turkey and Iraq, are strongly divided. A specimen in the herbarium of the Royal Botanic Gardens, Kew, shows an almost black inflorescence whose foetid odour is likened to the "smell of rotting dogs".[tab]


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