The Shikoku Island jack-in-the-pulpit (Arisaema tosaense)
is exceedingly easy to grow, with a long-lasting flower,
shown here in May 2004. It is being encroached upon year by year
by what used to be quite a small Deer Fern, which is now quite a big Dear Fern.
For more information & photos about
the Shikoku Island Jack-in-the-Pulpit, go to the main
Arisaema tosaense Page.
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