A 'wow' plant, very large leaves and immense flower when one is used to our own diminutive Arisaema triphyllum.
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|Plant in a sheltered, shady location in soil that is moist but free-draining. It is best to plant them deep, 45 cm, as this will protect tubers through cold temperatures. Thick layers of mulch are advisable and during dry periods, especially in North America, watering may be required. Plants may be late to appear so be cautious and note locations when working in the garden in the spring.|
|The A.M. Cuddy Gardens, Strathroy, Ontario, Canada.|