Jack In The Pulpit
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Jack in the pulpit

Zone Ellicott City Maryland 21042 | Anonymous added on May 16, 2017 | Answered

I have a jack in the pulpit that has grown wild under my mature oak leaf hydrangea. It is about 2' tall and about 1' wide with tall mature stalks and newer fragile ones, both with pulpits. I would like to divide and transplant it to another spot in my garden. it is in bloom now and has in the past, developed fat, red berries later in the summer. One last bit of information - This plant is at least 35 years old. However (i am embarrassed to say) it has only been allowed to grow for the last ten because for the past 20 of those years i thought it was a weed and kept trying to pull it up! How and when can I transplant and divide this? Thank you for your help, Kay Michaelis

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Downtoearthdigs
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