8 responses to “Arisaema sikokianum”

  1. michael aman

    I first saw this plant two years ago at the Bridge of Flowers in Shelburne Falls, Mass. A real standout.

    1. Laura

      Michael- I stroll along the bridge of flowers perhaps twice a year, but have not spied this Arisaema . Have you seen it again? Maybe we should be looking for it again next spring.
      Thanks, Laura

      1. michael aman

        They were at the north end of the bridge, right side as you walk south, just before walking onto the bridge. I wasn’t there at the right time of year in 2016 or this year to know if they are still growing. M

        1. michael aman

          P.S. I think I will be visiting the Bridge of Flowers on July 7

  2. Bill Plummer

    I saw a whole slew of them at a garden in Minneapolis a NARGS meeting.
    there wears many, it was gross

  3. Peggy Menzie

    Very beautiful, brings back childhood memories exploring the forests in Montgomery County, PA, where the Jack-in-the-Pulpit grows abundantly. Thank you for sharing.

  4. Denis

    It is striking member in a genus of many interesting species. I’m not sure of its compatibility, but a hybrid with A. candidissimum would be a sure winner if one could match the white, bulbous spadix to a pink-striped spathe.

  5. Jessica

    A lovely photo of a beautiful and intriguing plant. Thanks!

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