What is Tifonodolm lindleyanum
Tifonodolm lindleyanum ,Latin name:Typhonodorumlindleyanum, is a non-cold-resistant water-based evergreen perennial plant of the Araceae department ,Typhonodorum genus native to Madagascar. The large leaves out fake Green stems in water or wetland. From the axils of the leaves, such as Skunk cabbage flowers bloom.And surrounded by large white spathe flower is pale yellow flowers, flesh hanging inflorescences. Because it is toxic, the rhizome is not edible.
Common name: Tifonodolm lindleyanum, scientific name:Typhonodorumlindleyanum, aka:Water banana, madagascarkwasimo, category name: Plantae Angiosperm monocot of plantain eyes taro Department of tifonodolm genus tifonodolm-lindleyanum, origin Tanzania, Madagascar, Habitat: environment: water and wetland, plant: 200 to 400 cm, root leaves leaf length: cm, leaf: arrowhead-shaped, leaf margin: entire, bisexual flowers radiation asymmetric flower stem length: cm Places flowers: axillary inflorescences form: meat hanging flowers, Wattle flower length: cm, Buddha flame bract length: 60 cm, Buddha flame bracts form: oval, flower (actually spathe): white, (real flowers) flower color: pale yellow, flower diameter (real):0.3~0.4cm, rose (live): Hexagon, perianth piece number: 4, number of stamens 4, pistil number 1, flowering period: April-May (lowland), (highland), 5-7, fruit type: liquid fruit, fruit color: green, seed color: Brown, long:0.4cm seeds, fruit stage: late summer