Arisaema amurense

Amur Jack In The Pulpit, Tian Nan Xing

In Stock: 0.794 lb (Total:0.794lb)
  • Arisaema amurense

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0.79 lb


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Growing Info

Scarification: Soak the seed in water for 24-48 hours, refresh the water a few times.
Stratification: cold stratify for 60 days
Germination: sow seed 1/16" deep , tamp the soil, keep moist

Arisaema amurense, also known as Amur Jack In The Pulpit and Tian Nan Xing, is native to the Far East regions of Russia, northern China, and Korea. This uniquely attractive, hardy plant bears striking striped green flowers that occasionally take on a distinctive chocolate-purple hue. It thrives particularly well in lightly shaded spots with good, moist soil. Considered an early riser amongst Arisaema species, it's often the first to emerge from the ground in our climate, outpacing even our native Jack in the Pulpit.

Arisaema amurense showcases its charm with a 5-leaflet leaf on a short stem in spring. Immediately following, a flowering stalk soars a few inches past the leaf joint and culminates with a 3" tall pitcher, beautifully striped in green and white. Its hood (spathe) clads the cap of the plant, draped over short stubby parts (spadix) in a wind-blown flag like manner. It comes in a variety of designs: entirely green versions and versions with conspicuously dark-striped spathes.

This is more than just a plant; it's a demonstration of nature's brilliance from Siberia all the way down to China. Known for its robust nature, the Arisaema amurense's adaptability to colder climates makes it an ideal fit for gardeners who wish to diversify their Arisaema garden collection. Do not hesitate to expand your botanical prowess; this small cobra lily cultivates readily and forms a rapidly multiplying clump in the woodland garden.

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