This is a June portrait of a Chinese White Cobra Lily.
It should be growing very upright, but had been
trampled in 2002 by some animal,
& came up in 2003 at an angle.
The flower is only partially developed;
the leaves, three of them,
are still entirely rolled up in a single tube.
Here it is again in early July.
The trio of leaves are slowly maturing
& at this stage are still rolled.
Read all about this Chinese species on the
Arisaema candidissimum Page.
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