Sikokianum is quite hardy and produces a pure white club-shaped spadix, surrounded by a deep purple spathe with narrow green bands. Arisaema's are unusual plants but once established in a shady spot with good drainage and plenty of leaf mould, will require little attention. They are quite spectacular plants for any garden and are easy to grow, being well suited for the UK market. Like many bulbs and plants they need protection from severe frosts. They are happy in soil conditions that are neutral to slightly acid.
Can also look great if grown with other arisaema's or martagon lilies.
Aspect: A shady spot in the garden
Soil type: Free draining humus rich soils that do not dry out. Neutral to slightly acid soils