Pulpit Gallery

Arisaema taiwanensis



Taiwan Pulpit


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.

   

A. taiwanensis

   

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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