Price per young tuber – these will need one further year’s growth before flowering.
Arisaema taiwanense comes from Taiwan – no surprise there! At first glance when in leaf it looks superficially similar to Arisaema consanguineum, although there are actually several major differences, and there can be no confusion when it is in flower: the Inflorescence is held beneath the foliage, and the spadix ends in a blunt and rough appendage.
A beautiful and easily grown species.
Given a good growing season, these tubers will likely flower after a further year of growth. Very limited stock.