Cobra Lily (Arisaema)



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Whether you call it Jack in the Pulpit or Cobra Lily, one thing is certain – the Arisaema is truly unforgettable. Its grand, umbrella-like blooms perch gracefully upon tall, robust stems, making this plant an absolute showstopper. Adorned in rich burgundy hues with striking white stripes, it promises an eye-catching spectacle in your summer garden.

Learn how to grow Cobra Lily (Arisaema)

  • Ideal for Partial Shade: Arisaema thrives in partial shade, making it a perfect addition to areas with dappled sunlight.
  • Spring Planting, Early Summer Blooms: Plant this tuberous perennial in spring to enjoy its striking wine and white striped flowers that bloom in early summer.
  • Impressive Height: This remarkable plant can reach up to an impressive height of 75 cm, adding stature to your garden.
  • Araceae Family Member: Arisaema is a distinguished member of the Araceae family, known for its distinctive features.
  • Unique Cobra-Like Leaves: The Arisaema derives its name from its one-of-a-kind, hooded leaves that bear a striking resemblance to the head of a cobra.
  • Gender Transformation: Starting as male, mature Arisaema plants undergo a fascinating transformation, becoming female and producing impressive spikes of red or orange fruits in the autumn.
  • Native Origins: Native to regions including Nepal, East Himalaya, Assam, Tibet, and south-central China, this plant brings a touch of exotic beauty to your garden.

Embrace the uniqueness and allure of Arisaema in your garden, where it thrives in partial shade, showcasing its stunning striped flowers and captivating cobra-like leaves. With its gender-changing feature and origins in distant lands, this tuberous perennial adds a touch of intrigue to your outdoor space.

                Planting information

                - Dig a hole to the required depth. You can find this required depth for each type of bulb, tuber or root in the growing guides.

                - Depth is measurement of space between the soil line and top of bulb or bare root.

                - Set the bulbs or bare root in place, pointed side or sprout side upward.

                - Cover the bulbs by replacing the soil and water thoroughly.

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                Shipping schedule

                We start shipping our spring planted flower bulbs in Spring. We start shipping by the end of March.

                Bulbs that are planted in spring and have a tendency to bloom in summer are called spring bulbs. Not to be confused with bulbs that are planted in autumn and bloom in spring.


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