cobra lily Urashima
Cobra lily Urashima, scientific name:Arisaema urashima, is perennial hardy, drought-resistant grasses of the Araceae department of the Arisaema genus native to Japan. In the spring of the spathe in shady woods, etc.; Give the small leaves at the tip of the leaf stem. The spadix surrounded by a spathe. Likened to Taro Urashima's fishing line from the tip of the inflorescence long strap-shaped protrusions out. Inflorescence is made agglutination of the male stamens, female flowers only pistils from made only and the petals are not either. Male flowers bloom on the inflorescence of small, to large meat hanging inflorescences, flowers bloom. It is entomophilous mating done in insects. After the female pistil flowered in the fall, it will have red berries. Berries are toxic and not eat. Similar to of the same genus Arisaema serratum ("Viper" grass).
Common name: Cobra lily Urashima, scientific name:Arisaema urashima, Trinomial name:Arisaema thunbergii subsp. urashima, height: 30-50 cm, leaf: bird-like legs, narrow ovoid, leaf margin: wavy, leaf color: dark green, Buddha flame bracts colors: purple and green In the long tube-shaped Buddha flame bracts form: tips to cover available. Inflorescences: fishing at the tip of the inflorescence with meat hanging flowers wrapped in a spathe long strap-shaped protrusions, such as thread and. Petals: no, male: stamens only female flower: pistil, the only flowering period: March-may, seed shape: 0.5 cm.