Arisaema

Jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema) cultural requirements: Arisaema cultural requirements are fairly straight forward as long as some of their basic requirements are met. which is a must. Good drainage is the key to tuber rot. Most Arisaema require shade in the summer (except where noted) and regular watering until late summer. All the Arisaema tubers we sell are blooming size, except where noted. Note: If you receive dormant tubers and are unable to plant out in the garden, you can store the tubers in long fiber sphagnum moss in the refrigerator, heated garage (think cool and dry) or anywhere where the tuber will not freeze until your ground has thawed and is workable.



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Arisaema candidissimum (pink form)

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Arisaema candidissimum (pink form)

SOLD OUT Considered by many to be the queen of the arisaema genus and a notorious late riser, usually in June here. Do mark the location where planted, so as not to dig it up or harpoon when digging. Pink and white striped spathes held above very...
Arisaema consanguineum silver certered form

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Arisaema consanguineum silver certered form

SOLD OUT A favorite here at the nursery. An imposing plant at maturity with a parasol of radiate leaves (up to 14 of varying widths) on a plant to over 3.5'. Our plants originated from Ellen Hornig of Seneca Hill Perennials and are offset bulbs....
Arisaema Crossing Over

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Arisaema Crossing Over

SOLD OUT From Tony Avent at Plant Delights Nursery comes this amazing cross of Arisaema heterophyllum and Arisaema fargesii. Combining some of the best traits of each parent the plant is fairly tall (up to 30"), and the flower is very A....
Arisaema engleri

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Arisaema engleri

Unavailable for 2018 bsolutely one of our favorite medium sized Jacks. Very much resembling A. sazensoo and confused with A. sikokianum as well, to grow it is to love it. A Chinese species that is really quite easy to grow and a beautiful specimen....
Arisaema fargesii

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Arisaema fargesii

SOLD OUT Chinese species that is a super great plant for the woodland garden and rock hardy in zone 5. Purple striped helmet shaped flower emerges in summer (think later than most) with glossy giant, 3-part leaves. If you peak inside the flower you...
Arisaema galeatum

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Arisaema galeatum

SOLD OUT Gets its name from its 'galate' spathe (hood) which means helmet, which it certainly resembles. A tall Himalayan species with wonderful three parted leaves sometimes edged in red. The helmet like flowers are striped green and white,...
Arisaema jacquemontii

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Arisaema jacquemontii

SOLD OUT Known as Jacquemont's cobra lily, a Himalayan species which can have two sets of leaves, with numerous leaflets in an umbrella like pattern. The spathe is striped jade green and white and ends in a long point. It is a jack of remarkable...
Arisaema kishidae

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Arisaema kishidae

Unavailable for 2018 A later spring blooming Japanese jack-in-the-pulpit that besides being easy to grow is really charming. Growing to over 15" tall with two leaflet-type leaves, it looks all the world like a minature arisaema serratum. Above...
Arisaema kiushinaum Kikkou Fu

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Arisaema kiushinaum Kikkou Fu

SOLD OUT Yet another rare form from Japan, this is the typical amazing A. kiushianum, but with light green veins, very similar to the North American native A. triphyllum 'Starburst'. These are probably a year or 2 from blooming, so not big...
Arisaema lichiangense

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Arisaema lichiangense

Unavailable for 2018 Offset tubers (see lower picture) from our mother bulbs of this easy to grow Arisaema. Looks very much like A. candidissimum except that the flower is green and brown. As with A. candidissimum, growth is much later, around June,...

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