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Arisaema candidissimum - Pink Cobra Lily - Araceae (The Arum Family)
Arisaema candidissimum - Arisaema candidissimum is one of the most desirable of cobra lilies sporting an unusual pink spathe with white stripes.
Part Shade, Part Sun
Stock Status: Available This Year
Shipping March/April when weather is safe to ship. Plant in pots indoors if too cold outside.
This pink-flowered cobra lily is one of the most desirable for ornamental purposes because of the unique colour of the spathe in a genus that consists mainly of variations of green, burgundy and white. Here the light pink spathe is striped with white. Arisaema candidissimum is later to emerge than other species and is often not seen until May when the flowers emerge as the beautiful and sub-tropical tripartite foliage is unfurling. A beautiful species worth collecting!
All of our arisaema are extra large, often huge, blooming size bulbs. Though remember that mature bulb size varies greatly between species. Occasionally, some bulbs might not bloom in their first year until they become established.
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Soil Moisture: Average
Flowering Time: Spring
Foliage Colour: Green
Deer Resistant: Unknown
Habitat: Forests, scrub, open slopes, among rocks, 1000-3000m.
Geographical Origin: Asia and the Pacific - Asia - China and Japan, Asia and the Pacific - Himalayas
BC Native: No
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