Jack-In-The-Pulpit plants are denizens of the rich woods. They prefer light shade. The pulpit is a spathe shielding a spadix that has the actual flowers. Fertilization is done by attracting flies with warmth and an odor. Look for them in May.
It ranges throughout moist woods in eastern North America, from Nova Scotia west to Minnesota, and south to southern Florida.
These photographs were taken in springtime in Montgomery County, PA., USA.
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