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Jack in the Pulpit, Arisaema Triphyllum is an Herbaceous Perennial
Jack in the Pulpit is a herbaceous perennial plant known by several other names: bog onion, brown dragon, Indian turnip, wild turnip, and American wake robin. From a corm, a long stem is produced. A top of that stem is three leaves grouped. The leaves are anywhere from 3 to 6 inches long by 1 to 3 inches wide. They surround a hooded cup or spathe a stalk or bulb; The bulb can be green, pink, white, or red. This forms the Jack in the Pulpit plant's appearance.
Jack in the Pulpit is poisonous if eaten because it contains oxalic acid. The roots at eaten. If raw, they cause blisters and pain. The roots can be eaten if peeled, cut up into small chunks, and roasted at least an hour first. It is native to the lower 48 states and some parts of Canada. It grows in the hardiness zones 2 through 7. In the spring, harvest seeds from the ripe berries and plant them. If using division to propagate, you can plant the corm of the Jack in the Pulpit at least six inches underground. Plant in the organically fertile soil. Use plenty of organic mulch such as bark, cocoa bean shells, and or pine needles and replace each spring. It prefers shady spots in moist, slightly acid soil and annual fertilizing with compost. In the first year, only one of the three leaves may appear. It could take up to three years for it to flower.
Buy Jack in the Pulpit, Arisaema Triphyllum Flourishes in Shade, Rain, and Bog Gardens
It can also flourish quite handsomely in shade, rain, or bog gardens. It can become quite successful in containers. Sitting in a backyard, they could regularly attract birds. Little maintenance is required. This plant will grow from 6 inches to 3 feet in height and up to 6 to 12 inches in width.
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