These guys are easy to grow and hardy in all but the very cold parts in the North or Scotland. Arisaema’s are unusual but superb and once established in a shady spot with good drainage and plenty of leaf mould, will require little attention. They are quite spectacular plants for any garden. They are happy in soil conditions that are neutral to slightly acid. Can also look great if grown with other Arisaemas, martagon lilies or specie lilies. Cultivate soils to s depth of 20cms if possible and add plenty of grit and humus matter to the soil. Plant bulbs so that they are 8-10cms below the soil surface.
Flowering Height: Various (see information on individual varieties)
Flowering period: July-August
Soil type: Humus rich soils that are free draining. Neutral to slightly acid preferred.
Aspect: Semi shaded woodland areas.
The varieties we supply in this collection are:
1 each of. nepenthoides, griffithii, sikokianum, candidissimum, turtuosum and speciosum
Tip: Using bulb starter will help the Arisaema to establish.