I was wrong.


Did I say a while back that the azaleas were finished blooming for the year?

I was wrong.

Did I say that the plant in yesterday’s picture might well be a jack-in-the-pulpit (despite Janet gently reminding me that they have trio-leaves—which our potential JITP doesn’t)?

I was wrong.

So, here’s the azalea proof (from today, via the new-cam). And the specimen from yesterday is far more similar to Arum maculatum. That plant is native to Asia (the kind with the yellow spadix), so the mystery thickens on how it got into our backyard.

One comment

  1. Marquis says:

    You’ve got to watch those micro climate variations. Our iris is always weeks behind the rest.