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Arisaema - Jack In The Pulpit

Noted for their unusual flowers, Arisaema are mostly tuberous perennials sporting gracefully arching spathes within which tiny flowers are clustered on a club-shaped fleshy spike. Blooming from early spring to early summer, they are followed by showy red berries. Known as jack-in-the-pulpits or cobra lilies, they are arresting woodland garden plants that thrive in well drained soils in partial to full shade.

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Arisaema candidissimum (Chinese Cobra Lily)

This charming tuberous perennial bursts from the ground in late spring - early summer with highly elegant, white, luminous hooded spathes, striped pale pink. Besides the exotic beauty of its blooms, Arisaema candidissimum (Chinese Cobra Lily) also emits a sweet perfume, which lasts for a short while after the spathe unfolds.

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Arisaema consanguineum (Himalayan Cobra Lily)

Exotic-looking, Arisaema consanguineum (Himalayan Cobra Lily) is a tall tuberous perennial boasting an impressive umbrella-shaped leaf with 11-20 narrow leaflets on a long, robust stem. Emerging in spring to early summer, the foliage resembles a palm tree leaf and remains attractive during the growing season.

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Arisaema griffithii (Griffith's Cobra Lily)

One of the strangest and most dramatic cobra lilies, Arisaema griffithii (Griffith's Cobra Lily) is a tuberous perennial boasting a large, hooded, green and purple spathe, 8 in. long (20 cm), deeply netted with paler veins. The spathe is curled back on itself and a long tongue also protrudes, giving the flower the look of its namesake.

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Arisaema sikokianum (Japanese Cobra Lily)

One of the earliest cobra lilies, Arisaema sikokianum (Japanese Cobra Lily) is a tuberous perennial boasting in early spring a large, purple-black spathe, up to 8 in. long (20 cm), surrounding an elegant white club-like spadix protruding from the mouth.

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Arisaema thunbergii subsp. urashima (Japanese Cobra Lily)

Arisaema thunbergii subsp. urashima (Japanese Cobra Lily) is a showy tuberous perennial boasting a long, curious, maroon-hooded spathe enclosing a cylindrical, maroon spadix with a long, whip-like tail that can reach 18 in. (45 cm).

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Arisaema triphyllum (Jack in the Pulpit)

Arisaema triphyllum (Jack in the Pulpit) is a charming tuberous perennial boasting some of the most curious flowers in the plant kingdom. The blossoms consist of a deep purple to green spathe (hood), adorned with a few purple stripes, that conceals a spadix (jack) covered with tiny green to purple flowers.

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