Arisaema consanguineum is a widespread and variable species. Elegant and easy to please, this makes an easy garden plant.
These seeds have been collected from a superb variegated form growing here in the garden in East Devon. Please note – seeds are open pollinated and no guarantees are made on seedlings showing the same, or indeed, any of the parent variegated markings. Arisaema species from Section Sinarisaema (to which Arisaema consanguineum belongs) are notorious for hybridising with other closely related species. As I grow rather a lot of Arisaema (!) hybridisation cannot be ruled out with these seeds. Variegation is unlikely to be fully apparent until after the 2nd season.
Whatever the genetic outcome, the offspring should end up being attractive garden plant.