Keywords: Aplectrum hyemale, puttyroot, Adam-and-Eve orchid, mesic woods, phenology
Puttyroot orchid, Aplectrum hyemale, is a winter perennial that is found throughout the eastern deciduous forest in mesic woods in much humus (Homoya 2012).
Photo documentation (Friesner Herbarium at Butler University) was used to report Aplectrum hyemale as a county record for Johnson County because removing a specimen would alter the population size and prevent that specimen from possibly producing fruits.
Adaptations of Aplectrum hyemale to the environment: effects of preconditioning temperatures on net photosynthesis.
In vitro germination, protocorm development, and plantlet acclimatization of Aplectrum hyemale.