Jack-in-the-pulpit, or their scientific name “Arisaema triphyllum”, is a native plant to wetlands across North America.

Jack-in-the-pulpit is perennial, which means it lives more than two years. It likes the shade and soil that is moist to wet to supply its high water usage. Many animals like to eat the berries of this plant. In fact, this plant was onced used by Natives as a root vegetable by cooking them. However, never eat them raw as they can cause severe blisters!

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