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Arisaema candidissima

Arisaema candidissima

One of the most beautiful of its genus,  Arisaema candississimum  has been a popular garden plant since its introduction from Yunnan by George Forrest in 1914. The large spathe flowers are white, softly suffused with pink, these appear before the attractive foliage. In good soil it grows well, producing masses of fat, knobbly, pink tubers. 

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