Arisaema

Arisaema for Spring shipping 2018 is complete
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 galeatum $17.00

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Arisaema galeatum

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, held...
Arisaema griffithii $17.00

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Arisaema griffithii

Arisaema griffithii with a reddish-purple spathe (hood) folded over the front of the tube covered with yellowish netting or veining. It is very Darth Vader-ish in appearance. There is a bit of variety in the plants as some will have a darker stem...
Arisaema griffithii var. Pradhanii $21.00

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Arisaema griffithii var. Pradhanii

Extraordinarily amazing Himalayan species that is just out of this world. This is the larger form of Arisaema griffithii with a broad spathe (hood) folded over the front of the tube and jetting out on the sides, the whole thing covered with...
Arisaema heterophyllum $22.00

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Arisaema heterophyllum

Very, very tall vigorous species from Eastern Asia that can be over 3' tall on established tubers. Called 'Dancing Crane' in Japan because of the overall look of the plant in bloom. One large leaf made up of many leaflets and a tall...
Arisaema intermedium $19.00

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Arisaema intermedium

An extraordinary Himalayan jack-in-the-pulpit that is unlike any other jack we have grown. To see its 3' long twisted threadlike spadix appendage hung up in the leaves is quite a site. Although not a tall plant, it has green trifoliate leaves...
Arisaema jacquemontii $20.00

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Arisaema jacquemontii

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 $25.00

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Arisaema kishidae

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 the leaves is a...
Arisaema kiushianum $21.00

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Arisaema kiushianum

A curious Japanese species that flowers just above ground level, but don't let that fool you, this is one remarkable jack-in-the-pulpit (one of our favorites, if you can't tell). The flower can have yellow webbing and striped with deep red,...
Arisaema kiushinaum Kikkou Fu $27.00

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Arisaema kiushinaum Kikkou Fu

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 bulbs. The...
Arisaema nepenthoides $19.00

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Arisaema nepenthoides

Gets its name from a similar appearance to the pitcher plant (Nepenthes). A Himalayan species with a yellow and brown spotted stem leading up to a brownish, blackish spotted spathe. The hood has very prominent ears or side flaps (auricles). Flowers...

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