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ARISAEMA PAIRS

Arisaema triphyllum

Common name: Jack-in-the-Pulpit

Few plants match Jack-in-the Pulpit for exotic blooms. The distinct pitcher and hood flower appears under the leaves in spring, followed by bright red berries in the fall. Arisaema performs well in moist woodlands or shaded marshes.  (Unable to ship to AK, HI)  Photo: Jack Hollinger  License

Zones:       4 - 9

Height:      12" - 24"

Light:        Shade

Blooms:    Spring - Early Summer

Color:        Green/Red (berries)

Features & Care

- Attracts: Birds

- Easy to grow

- Native species

- Edible root

- Humus-rich, moist soil

- Fall berries

 

Grown 100% neonic free
Compostable Cow Pots

FREE METAL
PLANT ID TAG

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