In early spring I got it in a trade with a fellow passionate gardener from Japan.
It bloomed of course, rather early and the flower lasted quite long.
(pics in an earlier post).
Now, on tuber inspection I was pleasantly surprised to see there's 2 fairly large babies, and a really small one.
So, yes... this Arisaema is a clump forming one!
My 10-point questions is... thissssss... I know the flowers are dioecious = either male, or female, but not both on the same plant. Any chances to have both F and M flowers if they both come from the same mother-tuber???
I need to read more into this sex-thing...
|Arisaema ringens tuber|
|Mom and biggest baby|