I have two Arisaema fargesii flowering with their "backs" turned to the path they are near. Arisaema respond well to digging while in flower, so I could lift, turn 180 degrees, and pop them back into the same location. Or, I could try moving them across the path. This is something that has occasionally intrigued me: do arisaema present the same orientation from year to year? In other words, if I spin them 180 degrees will they flower as I wish next year, or will they stubbornly refuse to display their funny faces. What determines why their flowers face the way that they do? With tulips I know that the first leaf appears on the stem on the flatter side of the bulb. But that has nothing to do with the flower. Any observations, comments, suggestions? Judy in summertime New Jersey. Gray and rainy today, which means it may not reach steam bath conditions as it often does when the sun shines.