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Jack in the Pulpit - Arisaema triphyllum
Jack in the Pulpit plant has a lot of uses. This plant can be used to help with headaches, abscesses and also arthritic conditions and also rheumatism. This plants roots are cooked and dried and sometimes used in powder form when created by a herbalist. This perennial can be used as a starch for cloths.
As a young plant, the leaves of a Jack in the Pulpit often look similar to poison ivy. Look at Jack in the Pulpit after some time, however, and the developed shape of the pitcher looks vaguely akin to a preacher at a pulpit or podium. The leave spathe of a Jack in the Pulpit can be striped or variously colored green, purple, and brown. Tiny flowers surround the spadex or "Jack" which is surrounded by a large spathe. The pulpit display turns to red berries which stay through the summer if watered properly.
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Climate Zone: 4 to 8
Mature Height: 2 to 3 ft.
Blooming Season: April through June.
Sunlight: Prefers Full to Partial Shade.
Soil Conditions: Prefers Moist, Acidic Soil.
Botanical Name: Aeisaema triphyllum
Ships As - Bareroot Plant