This rare Japanese cobra lily is closely allied to Arisaema sikokianum...yet very different. The two 5-leaflet leaves are held atop 12" stems. The flower, which emerges on a stalk between the leaves, resembles Arisaema sikokianum except for a narrower spadix and a greatly elongated spathe tip that cascades over the front of the large pitcher. Arisaema sazensoo is a non-offsetting species, so plant several unless you're into horticultural celibacy. Would it be a sacrilege for me to say that Arisaema sazensoo is more spectacular than Arisaema sikokianum? Okay, I'll let you say it!