The woodland garden needs certain plants, just because. Jack in the pulpit is one of those plants. A very unique spring flowering woodland plant bearing hooded green spathes striped with purple-red, surrounded by three large leaves with smaller leaflets. The unique flowers and subsequent seed heads are sure to bring interest to the collection. Young plants will go dormant in summer, but older plants produce the red berries in fall. Best in cool moist areas,Arisaema really appreciates morning sun, good level of organic matter.
Bloom time June
Hardiness Zone 4
Please note: This picture shows what the plant may look like when more mature. At this time our plants may not look like this.