A growing archive of pictures - frequent additions from my other blogs - Message in a Milk Bottle and the most recent - M2
Lucy,I'm pretty sure you mean Arum maculatum. Aspleniums are ferns. Still a great picture.
Thanks for picking that up so quickly, Hermes. I'd just been writing about Arum maculatum and Asplenium nidus on LOOSE AND LEAFY and my words are getting all tangled up. (Along with my end-of-the-day brain!) I've changed the title and the label. Again, thanks.Lucy
Don't worry Lucy, I make loads os silly mistakes on my blogs - but usually spot them!
Doesn't look like a very healthy leaf
Regardless of name .. the photois superb...
Hello Mo.But it's a wonderfully healthy, fresh, new leaf. This is how it's meant to look! (The 'Maculatum' bit means 'spotted'.) It will turn into . . . so many common names for this plant . . . Jack in the Pulpit . . . Lords and Ladies . . .Lucy
Thanks Faye.And, thanks to Hermes, the name in the title is right now!Lucy
I have seen photos of the Jack in the Pulpit but have never seen it in person. This is a lovely photo and shows the amazing interest this plant has to offer!
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