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Arisaema triphyllum


The hooded spathe can be yellowish green to pale and is sometimes striped brown or purple. The spathe surrounds a dark spadix.


This toxic plant produces bright red berries in late summer.

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sunnyjosef 2 years ago

Congrats Jen!!!

Jen, Beautiful picture! Thanks for getting this started. Now we will all have the opportunity to know our Balsam Backyards just a little bit better. :)

JenKnight 2 years ago

Wow! Thanks everyone!

Wild Things
Wild Things 2 years ago


Michael Strydom
Michael Strydom 2 years ago

A very beautiful spot, thanks for sharing and congrats on SOTD!!

Jason Alexander
Jason Alexander 2 years ago

Congrats Jen!!

LaurenZarate 2 years ago

Congratulations Jen, a beautiful flower! I've never seen this before.

LisaPowers 2 years ago

Congratulations JenKnight! We have chosen your Jack-in-the-Pulpit to help us spread the word about Nature in our Spot of the Day!

North Carolina, USA

Lat: 35.40, Long: -83.09

Spotted on Apr 10, 2016
Submitted on Apr 10, 2016

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