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The only yellow arisaema I've run across (until the A. balansae relative), and one of the smallest inflorescences to boot.. This is a very adaptable, vigorous, and variable plant. It is reported hardy into the colder regions of Vermont, and is certainly happy in Massachusetts. Most of the plants in cultivation are forms of A. flavum ssp. abbreviatum, or so the experts say. There is also a form called ssp. tibeticum, which has it's own page (look here). However, we have grown variants that may not fit either category. These, too, have been segregated to separate pages.
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(Photo: Chris Grey-Wilson)
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