Garden flowers

Ariséma: the "little fisherman"


Arisema is a very original perennial that blooms in spring and summer.

In summary, what you need to know:

Last name : Arisaema
Family : Araceae
Type : Flower, bulbous, perennial

Height
: 1 m
Exposure : Partial shade
Ground : Heathland

Foliage
: Obsolete
Flowering : March to July

Planting arisema

In the fall, keeping a distance of 10 cm between each tuber.

Ariseam traditionally grows in rather rich soils and often in wooded areas

  • Follow our advice planting bulbs.

Multiplication by division of the tubers every 3 to 5 years to restore tone to the plant.

Maintenance of arisema

Cut back short after flowering and after the foliage has turned yellow.

Things to know about arisema

It is particularly suited to humid and slightly shaded areas.

Arisema is one of the perennial bulbous plants and therefore will not need to be removed from the ground in the fall.

  • Leave it in place, whether in the ground or in a pot.

Smart tip about arisema

For container culture, bring it in if the frosts are strong and long lasting.

Video: How to Use and Counter Fisherman Hook (October 2020).