Plant Type: Perennials
One or two large, glossy leaves, divided into three leaflets, rise on their own stems 1-3 ft. The intriguing blossom of this woodland perennial occurs on a separate stalk at the same height as the leaves. It is a large, cylindrical, hooded flower, green in color with brown stripes. Distinctive Jack-in-the-pulpit formation grows beneath large leaves. In late summer, a cluster of bright red berries appears.
Growing & Maintenance Tips:
Flower ColorGreen with purple or brown stripes. Seeds turn bright red
Plant Spread12-18 in.
Other woodland plants.
Plant Height12-24 in.
Soil MoistureAverage and consistent water needs
Characteristics & Attributes
Rocky slopes, Ravines , Bluffs , Moist Shaded area
Bloom TimeApril to June