Not currently available at the nursery. We have sold this plant in the past and leave it up for informational purposes. Send us an email if you are interested in acquiring.
Often misidentified as a version of Arisaema sikokianum. The name comes from the Japanese ‘zazen’, referring to Buddhist meditation, which the flower is meant to look like. The flower, which emerges on a stalk between the leaves, does somewhat resemble A. sikokianum except for a narrower spadix and a greatly elongated spathe tip that cascades over the front of the large pitcher. Two 5-leaflet leaves are held atop 12″ stems. Arisaema sazensoo grows as a solitary bulb, non offsetting. Zone 6-9