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Jack In The Pulpit
This beloved, shade-loving, native perennial produces spikes with tropical-looking green to purple, sometimes striped flowers in late spring. The leaves grow in groups of three. A favorite for woodland gardens, wild gardens, naturalized areas, rain gardens and native plant gardens, this spring wildflower gets its name from its flower shape. The spadix, or flower spike, is the "Jack," while the hood, or spathe, is the "pulpit." Growing 12-24" tall, Jack-in-the-Pulpit performs best in shaded to partially shaded areas in fertile, medium to wet soil. It is an easy-to-grow, low-maintenance perennial that adds charm to the woodland garden. Arisaema triphyllum