Where is Jack?
Love flowers and love your blog! What a great job you're doing! Such beautiful flowers! It is a real treat for the eyes. Thanks and good luck!
momiji, thank you, i also enjoyed your site! your daughter is quite the artist!em
gf...this plant looks magical, like from a fairy garden.Momiji--I really like your hello kitty picture!
anon, i'll post another pic when they all come up. they're expensive critters, and when they appear, i'm relieved! two of them have still not appeared...
Thank you for your nice words, em!By the way, I've never seen a plant like this. I hope the other two will appear as successfully as this one!anon: thank you!
momiji, the top one is arisaema fargesii, and the bottom one is arisaema candidissimum. i understand both originate in the himalayas, but "jack in the pulpits" are also woodland plants here in the u.s.gf
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