Flowers: June-July. Plant in light or part shade. HxS 35x30cm
This is a much shorter North American form, commonly known as ‘Jack in the Pulpit’. It has two trifoliate leaves and a mottled stem. The hooded spathe is striped in green and purple when mature. If successfully pollinated an cluster of bright red berries appears in late summer. Arisaemas grow best in moist soil in shade. Organically grown in peat free compost.
Care & Maintenance.
Plant deeply, to about 10cm/4in. Can be easily propagated from seed extracted from the berries or careful division of a clump of tubers when dormant. A winter mulch of leaves or bracken is beneficial.SKU: ARITRI
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