We sowed the seed and I’ll be damned if hundreds came up. This remarkable form of one of our favorite Jack in the Pulpits. Deep brown hoods host an interior spathe of pure white It looks like a little ghost rising up. Adorable. The large trifoliate leaves on this form are marked on the interior with a zone of silver. All together a fantastic look for a woodland perennial that requires deep, rich, well drained soil and ample summer moisture. Shade. Emerges late in spring- be patient and the way the bulb grows underground it means that it can wander a bit each year. Multiples when happy to form clumps. Completely winter deciduous. To 20″ tall.