Arisaema sazensoo


Often misidentified as a version of Arisaema sikokianum. The name comes from the Japanese 'zazen', referring to Buddhist meditation, which the flower is meant to look like. The flower, which emerges on a stalk between the leaves, does somewhat resemble A. sikokianum except for a narrower spadix and a greatly elongated spathe tip that cascades over the front of the large pitcher. Two 5-leaflet leaves are held atop 12" stems. Arisaema sazensoo grows as a solitary bulb, non offsetting. Zone 6-9

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This product was added to our catalog on Tuesday 17 February, 2015.

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