"Jack-in-the-Pulpit" or "Cobra Lily" - These fascinating and somewhat bizarre woodland wonders display dramatic hooded pitchers and unique tongues in late spring and early summer. In fall spikes of fleshy red fruits appear. All have glossy lobed leaves that are sometimes striped and veined. Ideally suited for areas with dappled shade and moist, humus soils. Non-hardy species can be grown in pots and are best overwintered in a cool, frost-free location.
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