Arisaema

Arisaema is a large and diverse genus of the flowering plant family Araceae. The largest concentration of species is in China and Japan, with other species native other parts of southern Asia as well as eastern and central Africa, Mexico and eastern North America. Asiatic species are often called cobra lilies, while western species are often calle...
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Arisaema

genus Arisaema noun tuberous or rhizomatous herbaceous perennials
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Arisaema

genus of stemless, tuberous-rooted herbs, comprising about 190 species in the arum family (Araceae), native mostly to the Old World but including a ...
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Arisaema

This group consists of more than 190 deciduous, tuberous-rooted plants belonging to the Arum family, Araceae. (The flowers of the plants of the family, Araceae, are packed on a long spike, called a spadix, which is surrounded by a wide, petal-like, often attractive spathe. An example is the Calla Lily. To see an example of an aroid flower, loo...
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Arisaema

[n] - tuberous or rhizomatous herbaceous perennials
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