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ARISAEMA(JACK IN THE PULPIT)Family: ARACEAE
A large group of perennials native to Asia and North America with new species coming into cultivation yearly. The spathe and spadix, which constitute the flowers, are typical of the Aroids. Spikes of decorative berries appear later. For fertile, moisture-retentive, but well-drained soil in light shade. The species most likely to be (outdoor) hardy for gardeners in really cold regions of Canada are A. amurense, dracontium, flavum, sikokianum and triphyllum.

ARISAEMA amurense New Summer440
50cm  Zone: 3
Native to northern China, Korea and Siberia and a handsome, reliable and extremely hardy species, growable in most gardens in the north. It roughly resembles a stout A. triphyllum, and is early to emerge and bloom. Spathe color will vary from green with paler stripes to dark brownish-purple with white stripes.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
15 seeds  $4.25   

ARISAEMA consanguineum New Summer457
1.2m
From temperate east Asia and affectionately termed "the weed of Yunnan." This tall, handsome and variable species has an elegant, long-tipped, greenish spathe stained purple, under an umbrella of a radiate leaf. Foliage and bloom are highly variable, so you can expect some interesting results.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
20 seeds  $4.25   Sorry...Sold Out

ARISAEMA consanguineum (ex Perfect Wave) New Summer447
1.2m  Zone: 6
This season we are again able to offer seed of some rather special forms of the species originally developed by Ellen Hornig of Seneca Hill Perennials. Here is what she had to say:

"Our interest in arisaemas has become focused rather narrowly on developing spectacular selections of Arisaema consanguineum. Not only is this Sino-Himalayan species hardy and adaptable, it exhibits some amazing foliar variations."

In describing Perfect Wave, Ellen said: "Our own introduction, and a lovely one. The base color of the leaflet is a glaucous blue-gray, the leaflet center is brushed with silver, and the leaflet edges undulate seductively." This form is a very good parent which tends to produce bluish seedlings.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
20 seeds  $4.50   Sorry...Sold Out

ARISAEMA consanguineum (Poseidon) New 455
1.1m
In describing her 'Poseidon' Ellen Hornig of Seneca Hill Perennials says:

"This is a massive plant in which the base color of the leaflet is a steely blue-green, the silver center is pronounced, and the leaf edges are strongly crimped and waved. Everything about this one is big (even the seeds are twice normal size) leading us to wonder about tetraploidy. The sea god should be proud to lend it his name." Very limited.

Photograph by Phoenix Perennials: used with permission.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
10 seeds  $4.50   Sorry...Sold Out

ARISAEMA consanguineum (Siren's Song) New 456
90cm
Originally a selection of Ellen Hornig of Seneca Hill. In her words "Siren Song is every bit the seductress, with huge wide, undulating deep bright green leaflets with high-contrast silver centers, and distinctly reddish stems.

Photograph Ellen Hornig: Used with permission.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
30 seeds  $4.50   

ARISAEMA flavumSummer443
30cm  Zone: 4
A small species from the Himalayas whose inflorescense has been described as looking like a yellow owl. It makes a great companion to yellow and green variegated plants. Very robust and accepting of both sun and shade. It has a subtle, elf-like presence. Very limited this year.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
20 seeds  $4.25   

ARISAEMA flavum ssp. abbreviatumJune467
30cm  Zone: 3
This subspecies, native to Asia and the central Himalaya, is actually the commonest in cultivation, and the smallest of all Arisaema. According to 'The Genus Arisaema' the small inflorescence is "quite dark inside and with a spathe short, green, or yellowish, purple within, streaked with green." The leaves are much more broadly lanceolate than the species, with a plain green top and the underside shiny.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
15 seeds  $4.25   

ARISAEMA flavum ssp. tibeticumMay-June470
35cm
This fragrant subspecies is taller and with a larger inflorescence. The bright yellow spathe does not fold over as much at the top as do the other forms. It also lacks the conspicuous purple blotch in the throat; so that the yellow is purer.
20 seeds  $4.50   

ARISAEMA franchetianum New June468
30-50cm  Zone: -15C
Regularly confused in the trade with A. fargesii---we are fairly confident of our identification. Native to SW China, NE India, and N Myanmar)growing in open sunny sites among boulders and scrubs and along roadsides. Beautiful rich red-brown and white, helmet-like, inflated spathes, the tips of which are drawn out and held horizontally or deflexed.
10 seeds  $4.50   

ARISAEMA serratum (Silver Leaf) New 466
90cm  Zone: 5
A dramatic, tall species, native to Japan, Korea and China. The maroon striped pitcher sits above silver-streaked leaves. Limited quantities.
Germination Instructions: Easy, warm germinator.
12 seeds  $4.50   Sorry...Sold Out

ARISAEMA thunbergii New Late Spring3829
45-60cm  Zone: 5/6
Native to southwest Japan and Korea with glossy, much divided narrow leaves. Spathe is reddish-purple and interior spadix has a long appendage that dangles down to the ground. It creates many offsets throughout the year so be prepared for a good population over years. Well draining, humus rich soil for best results. Only a few packs.

Photograph: Soule's Garden, Used With Permission
10 seeds  $4.50   Sorry...Sold Out

ARISAEMA triphyllumLate Spring444
Jack In The Pulpit40-60cm or taller  Zone: 3
Native to woodlands throughout eastern North America with large 3-lobed leaves and a hooded spathe, striped green and purple in late spring followed by orange-red berries in autumn. Wild collected in Ontario.
Germination Instructions: Outdoor treatment over winter recommended.
12 seeds  $4.00   Sorry...Sold Out

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