Here are flowers from two Taiwanese Cobra Lilies,
snapped in late April. Each bloom appears
underneath an umbrella of leaves. One of the
flowers developed with a snaky bend in
the thick stem, which is not usual.
In May 2003, two little tiny subsidiary
leaf-umbrellas appeared around the base of
the pulpit flower. They didn't grow much,
but I can hardly wait to see if it has multiple
large umbrellas (& flowers) in years to come!
Read about this species on the
Arisaema taiwanensis Page.
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