20 (30)cm, Spotted Jack-in-the-Pulpit is native of Central Europe where it occurs in humus rich, slightly wet soils in open spots in woods. It makes a yellowish green spathe with a middle brown spadix, followed by ornamental bright orange seed heads in late summer. The leaves are either plain green or spotted dark brown. An easily cultivated, fully hardy Arum species for any rich, well drained soils in partial shade to full sun. Makes large clumps with time. IV-V.