$20.00
Print (Poster / Rag / Torchon) Dimensions Wall Cling Dimensions
Small 16.5" x 22.0" Small 18.0" x 24.0"
Medium 22.0" x 29.5" Medium 24.0" x 32.0"
Large 34.0" x 45.5" Large 36.0" x 48.0"
Tapestry Canvas
Small 18.0" x 24.0" Small 13.5" x 18.0"
Medium 24.0" x 32.0" Medium 18.0" x 24.0"
Large 36.0" x 48.0" Large 30.0" x 40.0"

Jack in the Pulpit

Stomping Grounds

$20.00
Regular price $20.00
Artsaema triphyllum (Linnaeus) Torrey 

Jack-in-the-pulpit, sometimes called Indian turnip, comes into 
bloom in spring along with violets and columbines. It thrives in 
rich moist woods, and in favorable surroundings develops into a 
plant two feet tall. Some spathes contain staminate flowers and others 
pistillate flowers. In some cases both staminate and pistillate flowers 
are found in the same plant, the latter growing above the former, at 
the base of the club. The fruit, which consists of a ball of bright red 
berries, ripens in September. The bulblike corm, sunk deep in the 
ground, is very pungent when tasted raw, causing the mouth and 
tongue to burn for hours afterward. It was used by the Indians as 
food, however, after baking or boiling to remove the irritating sub- 
stances. 

The Arum family, to which Jack-in-the-pulpit belongs, is com- 
posed chiefly of tropical plants but includes the skunkcabbage, wild 
calla, greendragon, and goldenclub, as well as the cultivated calla. 

Jack-in-the-pulpit is found from Florida to Kansas and northward 
to Nova Scotia and Minnesota. Our specimen grew at Bryn Mawr, 
Pennsylvania. 

Jack-in-the-pulpit preaches today, 
Under the green trees, just over the way; 
Squirrel and song sparrow high on their perch, 
Hear the sweet lily-bells ringing to church. 

Come hear what his reverence rises to say, 
In his low painted pulpit, this calm Sabbath day. 
Fair is the canopy over him seen 
Penciled by nature's hand, black, brown and green. 
Green is his surplice, green are his bands; 
In his queer little pulpit, the little priest stands. 

Clara Smith 

We produce all of our on images in shop, and we are happy to offer custom work to our customers. Please inquire for pricing and options.

Your Print Options:

Poster Print

While this is our lowest priced print, it's still an excellent paper. Inkpress Matte 60 is a acid and lignin free paper. Bright white, and 10 mil. Available in three sizes, all come with a 1" white border around the image for easier matting.

 

Rag Print

Inkpress Cool Rag 200 is a 100% cotton rag paper. This is an acid-free, 200gsm, 15 mil, with a smooth and bright matte finish. Excellent print quality at an excellent price. Available in three sizes, all come with a 1" white border around the image for easier matting. This rag paper is better at dark, rich colors than the poster print.


Hahnemuehle Torchon Print

When you need something extra-special, we recommend Hahnemuehle's Torchon. This is a 100% alpha cellulose, 285gsm, textured watercolor paper that is acid-free. This offers superb image quality and is our favorite Hahnemuehle paper. Available in three sizes, all come with a 1" white border around the image for easier matting.

Canvas Print

Our maps are also available as cotton-poly blend canvas prints, ready to be gallery stretched. For the best presentation the edges on our canvasses are mirrored or have the paper color extended around the sides. Canvas prints receive a UV and surface protective coating. Additional canvas is left around the image to facilitate gallery stretching at your local frame shop. Available in two sizes.


Wall Tapestry Print

Especially well suited for long horizontal maps, the image is printed to the edge of the paper. Aluminum tension bars are placed on the top and bottom of the print for easy hanging with a clean, modern design. Bars are easily removable. This format comes in an 18", 24", and 36" wide version.


Fabric Wall Cling

Great for kids rooms or for versatile displays - these Terylene fabric clings are easily repositionable without causing wear or staining to the paint underneath even after long periods of time. Wall Cling images are printed to the edge and are available in three sizes.


We produce all of our on images in shop, and we are happy to offer custom work to our customers. Please inquire for pricing and options.

Artsaema triphyllum (Linnaeus) Torrey 

Jack-in-the-pulpit, sometimes called Indian turnip, comes into 
bloom in spring along with violets and columbines. It thrives in 
rich moist woods, and in favorable surroundings develops into a 
plant two feet tall. Some spathes contain staminate flowers and others 
pistillate flowers. In some cases both staminate and pistillate flowers 
are found in the same plant, the latter growing above the former, at 
the base of the club. The fruit, which consists of a ball of bright red 
berries, ripens in September. The bulblike corm, sunk deep in the 
ground, is very pungent when tasted raw, causing the mouth and 
tongue to burn for hours afterward. It was used by the Indians as 
food, however, after baking or boiling to remove the irritating sub- 
stances. 

The Arum family, to which Jack-in-the-pulpit belongs, is com- 
posed chiefly of tropical plants but includes the skunkcabbage, wild 
calla, greendragon, and goldenclub, as well as the cultivated calla. 

Jack-in-the-pulpit is found from Florida to Kansas and northward 
to Nova Scotia and Minnesota. Our specimen grew at Bryn Mawr, 
Pennsylvania. 

Jack-in-the-pulpit preaches today, 
Under the green trees, just over the way; 
Squirrel and song sparrow high on their perch, 
Hear the sweet lily-bells ringing to church. 

Come hear what his reverence rises to say, 
In his low painted pulpit, this calm Sabbath day. 
Fair is the canopy over him seen 
Penciled by nature's hand, black, brown and green. 
Green is his surplice, green are his bands; 
In his queer little pulpit, the little priest stands. 

Clara Smith 

We produce all of our on images in shop, and we are happy to offer custom work to our customers. Please inquire for pricing and options.