Yellow Cobra Lily, Yellow Jack-in-the-Pulpit
The Yellow Cobra Lily can reach 40 centimeters in height and shows its bright yellow inflorescence in June and July (in the northern hemisphere). It spends the winter as a leafless bulb. The area of distribution reaches from tropical Africa to China.
Popular name(s): Yellow Cobra Lily, Yellow Jack-in-the-Pulpit
Botanical name: Arisaema flavum
Origin: Africa, Asia (distribution map)
Height: 20 to 40 centimeters
USDA zone: 7 (10.4 °F/-12 °C)
Poisonous: Arisaema flavum contains oxalic acid, but is said to be edible after being cooked and dried (source).
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