Ariseama Consanguineum | Jack in the Pulpit Bulbs
One of the easiest to grow cobra lilies and a variety that will thrive in colder areas than most, consanguineum is an unusual addition to shady gardens. Flowering from late spring to mid summer depending on the region, the spathes fade to reveal berries that gradually change from medium green to brilliant scarlet. Foliage is umbrella shaped with many leaves fanning out from a central point. If you like out of the ordinary plants, consider arisamas. Happiest in humus rich soils; will not tolerate drought. Late to sprout in spring.
Himalayan Cobra Lily, Dragon ArumBotanical Name:
Dappled to light shadeHardiness:
Green hooded flowers with striped accents, scarlet berriesBloom Season:
Late spring - mid summerBulb/Plant Size:
1 large Arisaema tuber