This arum, for example, grows first from a small hard seed with a single lobe or seed-leaf.
And now the arum begins its great preparations for the act of flowering.
The interiors of the houses are decorated profusely with coco-palm leaves, goian (arum) plants, and flags.
But we must continue our researches, and they bring us now to the arum.
This occurs in Geranium pratense, Thymus serpyllum, arum maculatum, and many others.
But as soon as the pollen is discharged the hairs wither away, and then the flies are free to visit a second arum.
Among the tubers produced are sweet potatoes, white potatoes, yams, the arum and the yucca.
But the principal crop is the taro-plant (arum esculentum), from which the native food of poi is made.
Strange as is the action of the arum, the method whereby the mentzelia takes its prey is even more wonderful.
All around was a tableland of lush grass with marigolds and arum lilies instead of daisies and buttercups.