Arisaema sikokianum (Japanese Cobra Lily)
A lot of Asian Arisaema are called cobra lilies because of their resemblance to the snake when it has its famous 'hood' spread out. This amazing Asian native could quite easily be called a Cotton Mouth Lily after our southeastern U.S. venomous snake. A very dark outer spathe surrounds a pure white inner spathe and spadix. These plants were started from seed collected in 2018 before the mother plant that was trampled by the tornado that hit Yew Dell in April of 2019.