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Arisaema consanguineum

You love them or hate them. We love them. The Arisaemas, also known as cobra lilies, are distinguished by their hooded spathes, often with a long 'tail' at the tip, along which pollenating insects crawl. They have an interesting sex life. Young plants (they grow from tubers) are male, but when mature they become female, and then have most impressive spikes of red or orange fruits in autumn. If they are starved, they can become male again. They should be mulched in winter to retain a little moisture, or they can be grown in pots, which are sunk in sand or soil.

Arisaema consanguineum is cultivated primarily for the striking, tall, narrow spathe, which has an intricate pattern of mainly broan and white. It can reach up to 1 m in height and sits below the umbrella of its large palmate leaf.

PLANT SPECIFICS
Quantity 1 bulb
Width 30cm
Height 50cm
Family Araceae
Flowering Late spring to early summer
Habitat detail part shade
Garden habitat Part shade
Soil humus rich, moist, well drained soil
Plant category Bulb
Height range 20 - 60 cm

Code

ACV-1B
1 bulb 9.00
Arisaema consanguineum
Arisaema consanguineum punk Arisaema consanguineum
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