Its name comes from Mt. Ari in Taiwan where it grows. Ari mountains is the general term for 15 mountains
in Kagi Prefecture in Taiwan which contain Mt. Daito (2663 m in height) as the highest peak and
forms Arisan Semi-national Park.
It is distributed to southern China, Vietnam, and Taiwan. It grows in tropical rainforests and broadleaf forests.
It grows 30 to 50 cm in height. It expands its stem and produces raceme from April to June,
and bears light blue berries from July to September.
| Classification || Liliaceae Peliosanthes |
| Scientific name || Peliosanthes arisanensis |
| Japanese name || Arisan-himebaran |
| English name || --- |
| Native locality || Taiwan |
Ecological description || Evergreen perennial|
| RDB || --- |
| Planting place || Central Palm Greenhouse |