Doing a little "garden renovation" last week (out with an overgrown Leptospermum lanigerum I just wasn't loving any more) I crawled under the Eriobotrya japonica to pick up dead leaves and pull some weeds...and discovered this:
That's Arum italicum 'Jack Sprat' given to me by Alison (Bonny Lassie), love the spotted leaves.
And now I know the flower is spotted too!
It looks so delicate, although that might be because it is in very heavy shade, probably heavier than is ideal.
Darn pretty though. I wonder if those berries — that usually follow an Arum bloom — will have spots too? Nah, that's probably too much to hope for...
Weather Diary, May 23: Hi 86, Low 54/ Precip 0
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