Mark - Is this an edible variety of taro? A friend gave me a plant that looks just like yours. I thought it was an ornamental.
not sure, if you want to stop by and eat a chunk, be my guest, have plenty...:) prolific baby maker!
Ok now, tell me that is not an erotic looking bloom. lol eat it...sorry for my outburst. Too funny.
Ooooh! My taro were mostly taken down by the frost, be a while before I see any blooms. The blooms on mine look like white calla lilies.
The leaves look like Alocasia cuculata, Chinese taro. I've never seen mine bloom. A Lao friend gave it me. She said "We don't eat that".
[Ok now, tell me that is not an erotic looking bloom. lol eat it...sorry for my outburst. Too funny.]
Thats what I was thinking..or seeing LOL....seriously just by coincidence....I think not.... that was designed.....and the designer has a sense of humor too !!!!!!
Edible Taro is known for its edible roots, not flowers! LOL.
Mark - I'll pass on the option to nibble on the plant. I was just curious.
John - My plant was given to me by my Lao friend. What a coincidence.
i really thought lou would be the first.....big :) have a variegated one to, will post a pic when i get a chance, never bloomed.
I have planted the seeds from a few of my different black colored colocasia's blooms. I got babies that were hardy than the mother plants in a few cases.
variegated taro, a hit from the cold even heated.