Arisaema triphyllum ssp triphyllum
Large green leaves form a lush canopy overtop the distinctive Jack-in-the-pulpit bloom. The pulpit portion varies in colour from simple green to streaks or mottling of purplish brown. Bright red berries appear in late summer. The fleshy taproot has been eaten as a vegetable and used for asthma. Tolerant of acidic soil.
Height: 1-2 Feet
Blooms: May to June
Bloom Colour: Green Brown
Light: Full Shade
Soil: Moist, Loam/Organic Soils
Habitat: Shady Woodlands