I've taken a big interest in our local Typhoniums over the past few years. Although they might be getting renamed Lazarum before long. They're fascinating plants that few people seem to know anything about. They come out at a time of year (wet season) when most people don't get around. They're relatively small plants so not very conspicuous. In fact, the taxonomist who was describing our species a number of years back found a new species within a couple of hundred metres of the herbarium that no one had noticed. I'd like to have the time to do a bit of crossing of species, there could be some interesting results. Really interested to see how yours turn out.
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