This is a May portrait of the Double-Whip Cobra Lily.
The most remarkable feature of this variety
is the long whipcord under the spathes long hood.
This slightly earlier May portrait shows the
"jack's" whip-tongue lifted up
above the flower by the leaves.
You can read all about this Himalayan species on the
Arisaema speciosum Page.
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