Arisaema consanguineum

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My current favourite plant in the garden is Arisaema consanguineum.  A new addition this year from Dryad Nursery, one of those small mail order nurseries that have all sorts of hidden delights available during a small window of opportunity each year.  Unlike my Arisaema speciosum plants which are fairly short in stature and hide their flowers under their large leaves, this plant has height and elegance and the flower is proud and easy to see – what’s not to love.

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3 Comments Add yours

  1. The slimness exaggerates the height, doesn’t it!

  2. Anna says:

    Now that looks a rather intriguing specimen Helen. Dryad’s summer list appeared in my inbox this morning. Have resisted checking out the snowdrops so far ….

    1. Helen Johnstone says:

      I got the email from dryad too, nice selection of snowdrops. Discovered one called Helen

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