Flowers: May-July. Plant in light shade. HxS 1.25mx45cm
The tallest of the Himalayan Arisaema with the most heavily mottled stems (black mottling) and a large green spathe. This impressive, architectural arum has spiralling upright growth with beautiful markings. It is easy to grow in a moist soil with some shade or a woodland border. They also look effective on banks. Plant the bulb deeply, between 20-25cm/7-8″, and mulch well in winter to protect the tuber.
Care & Maintenance.
Cut off seed heads in autumn and sow seed fresh. Always put a good mulching layer over the plant in cold winters. Water regularly in very dry weather as the tubers appears.
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