This jack-in-the-pulpit was well hidden under its leaves and those of surrounding plants. I found it early in the summer and watched it. This is what it looked like August 4th. Picture taken in New Vineyard, Maine
Jack-in-the-Pulpit with cluster of red berries, Sept. 3, 2004
Arisaema ringens, Spring 2005
Arisaema ringens - Close up of "Cobra Lily"
This is one of the biggest Jack in the Pulpits currently growing in our yard.
This grows from under the neighboring andromeda in fairly direct sun for most of the day. Soil is also pretty dry but borders a swale which gets wet during rain. Am in western NJ. on Delaware R.
a real asian A. ringens
a real A.ringens
Wonderful glossy leaves.
Back of leaf.
Front view of flower.
Side view of dramatic flower.
Top of hood.
Planted new last fall.
I quite like the foliage on this plant.
Arisaema Ringens azulivines April 26, growing in Burnaby, BC
Three blooms on third year plant.
Bright green berries in September in St Louis