Arisarum is a genus of flowering plants in the Araceae family. There are three species of plants in this genus. They are Arisarum simorrhinum, Arisarum proboscideum, and Arisarum vulgare. Today I share one of the arisarum species name Arisarum vulgare. This plant known as the Friar's Cowl or Larus. This species reaches on average 10-30 centimeters of height. It is a tuberous perennial geophytes with a pulpit-shaped, dark purple-brown flower from which a curved tongue like structure is seen protruding out. This flowering looks beautiful but has strange shape. If you want to plant this flower remember that it prefers a woodland soil or a sandy loam with leaf-mould. If you have seeds. Sow them in early spring and when large enough to handle prick the seedlings out into individual pots and grow them on for at least the first winter in a greenhouse and plant out when dormant in the summer once the tuber has reached a reasonable size. Sorry there is not much information about this flowering plants but I hope you get a lesson with it.