Arisaema griffithii (Jack-in-the-Pulpit)

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Arisaema griffithii   (Jack-in-the-Pulpit)

Family:  AraceaeZone: 6 - 9
Natural Range: Bhutan. China; Xizang. NE India; Sikkim, NW Bengal. Nepal
Soil:  Moist, humus rich, Well drained
Light:  Part shade, Sun
Bloom Time:  April to June

Pest Resistance:  Deer, Rabbit

Attributes:  Deciduous, 1'-2' tall. Spathe is dark brown - carmine and purple, with white - greenish yellow, striping, resembling snake skin. Long brown whip like spadex.  Bloom time is around April - May. Large, glossy trifoliate leaves with thick veining.  These go dormant quickly after blooming.

Notes:  Arisaema griffithii is an unusual species growing in Rhododendron forests, and alpine meadows at about 9,000 ft elevation.  Tubers ordered now will be shipped while dormant February through March.

Companion plants:  Cypripedium, Lilium, Erythronium, Trillium, Epimedium, Podophyllum

Arisaema griffithii   (Jack-in-the-Pulpit)


Arisaema griffithii   (Jack-in-the-Pulpit)

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