|Arisaema ringens is a
perennial inhabiting damp forest floors in coastal areas or shady
spots along valleys, with two leaves with three leaflets; the
terminal ones measure10-30cm in length in flowering time. Flower
stalks, 3-10cm in length, emerge among petioles and set spadices
(inflorescence) on them. Spathes that enclose flowers, ranging from
dark purple to green, with white stripes, are peculiar; adoral parts
jut out like ears, swallowed up in a bag way, and tips projecting.
Bloom time: March-May.