Jack in the Pulpit
- Native Jack in the pulpit.
- After a dramatic two week spring emergence as a pointed spike in May, the arrow shaped leaves unfurl to reveal "Jack" in his pulpit.
- In summer, brilliant red fruit remain.
- Deer resistant.
- Moist, well drained soils in pt. shade/ shade.
Interesting Notes about Arisaema triphyllum:
Best grown in fertile, medium to wet soil in part shade to full shade. Needs constantly moist soil rich in organic matter. Does poorly in heavy clay soils. May be grown from seed, but takes five years for plant to flower.
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Characteristics & Attributes
Attracts Wildlife:» Attracts Songbirds
Critter Resistance:» Deer Resistant
Foliage Color:» Green
Exposure:» Shade/ Part Shade
Attributes:» can be planted under Black Walnut Trees
» Disease Resistant
» Water's Edge / Bog Plant
Season of Interest (Flowering):» Spring