Jack-in-The-Pulpit ( Bareroot ) Arisaema triphyllum,Native flowers, Parennial flowers
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Best used in Shade landscapes.
‘The delightfully unusual flower of our native wildflower, Jack-in-the-Pulpit is a spring woodland favorite usually growing 16-20″ tall. It is a charming plant with very unusual foliage and flower. The unique shape and color of Arisaema triphyllum make it an excellent choice for the shade or woodland wildflower garden where it should be planted in rich soil and shade to partial shade.
The foliage is distinctive, its leaves being held on a long dark green stalk and divided into three. This unusual foliage & flowers of Jack-in-the-Pulpit plants will be an exotic & excellent addition to the shade garden. One to three compound leaves with green and purple sheath surround the flower spike. Bright orange-red berries follow the flowering in the fall.
All of our woodland plants grow naturally on rich, moist forest floors and are perfectly suited for your shade garden. Add them to an existing wooded area or create your own woodland garden. Dappled shade and humus-rich soil provide perfect growing conditions.
Native wild Arisaema triphyllum, (Jack-in-the-Pulpit) plants should be planted in fertile rich, medium wet to wet soil and in part shade to full shade. Needs constantly moist soil rich in organic matter. Does poorly in heavy clay soils. Dig a hole large enough to hold the roots. If any roots seem tightly bound, loosen before planting. Fill the hole with water and position the plant so the crown (where the roots meet the stem) is just slightly below the soil line. Fill the hole with soil and water again.