Fragrant, white flowers bloom in small, flat-topped clusters atop unbranched stems and within the leaf axils, between June and September.

Yellow daisy-like flowers bloom May through August, providing nectar for pollinators.

Thin, tubular-shaped purple flowers bloom May-July, offering nectar for bees, butterflies and hummingbirds.

White flowers bloom on multiple tall thin stalks beginning in late spring, and persist through summer.

Clusters of white flowers bloom in late summer through fall, attracting bees and butterflies.

Tall native perennial with greenish-yellow whorls of flowers that are attractive to bees and butterflies.

Lyreleaf Sage offers striking flowers, as well as patterned foliage, and is attractive to bees and butterflies.

This spring ephemeral blooms in March and April providing early nectar for waking bees.

Jack-in-the-Pulpit is one of New Jersey’s most uniquely structured plants and deserves a closer look!