is considered the most stunningly beautiful member of the genus Arisaema.
You'll need more than one to start a "family."
After flowering, the foliage remains attractive until it goes dormant in late summer.
Arisaema sikokianum prefers a well-drained dry site in the garden.
Japanese in origin.
This plant was given me on July 18, 2008 by "Iowa Boy."
Located in Iowa City, this Consummate gardener and former blogger
is truly missed in the "blogging scene."
At any rate, this is the first appearance I've ever had of this plant since it was given to me!!!
Stunning, to say the least!!!
Nothing Shady here - yet. ;-)
The leaves are now sprouting on the oak trees, though.