Arisaema griffithii, Cobra Lily, is one of the most dramatic of a the genus with a massive green and maroon spathe arising swiftly from the ground like the hooded shape of a cobra. This spathe is prominently striped with veins and spotted with leopard-skin markings in a dazzling display of botanical beauty.
It requires shade and a substrate with perfect drainage and should sit on a bed of sand and coarse bark and be thickly mulched in the winter.
Recommended. Very limited quantities only
|Synonyms||Arisaema griffithii var. griffithii, Arisaema griffithii var. verrucosum, Arisaema hookeri, Arisaema hookerianum, Arisaema hookeri, Arisaema verrucosum|
|Geographical Origin||India: Sikkim|
|Cultivation||Partial or dappled shade. Perfect drainage is a must. Larger grade shingle, coarse bark and sharp sand should be added to an organically rich substrate. Mulch in winter|
|Hardiness||Hardy in the UK if drainage requirements are met. Mulch with coarse bark in the winter|
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