A. triphyllum is one of our favorite NC natives. This hardy aroid emerges in very early spring with a solitary stalk of three leaves and a wild-looking flower. If pollination of the flower occurs, you will have a 12" tall stalk of bright red berries as the plant goes summer dormant. As the common name indicates, the hooded pitcher-like flower has an appendage that resembles a preacher in the pulpit...I bet this one was named during one heck of a hangover!
Pot size: 24 fl. oz (709.77 ml)