There is something about this little species that I just like. It is not brightly coloured or eye catching - the spathe is pale green with white stripes, so it does not immediately stand out. It is also a small species, in my experience only reaching around 30cm high. The corms are small too, even whan mature, only reaching about the size of a 50p coin.
In the wild, Arisaema jaquemontii is found growing in areas of scrub and small shrubs in alpine regions and rocky slopes. It favours a well drained position in dappled shade.