Helicodideros muscivorus unique foliage

Helicodiceros muscivorus foliage3

There are few plants in the spring garden with more unique, three-dimensional foliage than the hardy aroid, Helicodiceros muscivorus or pig-butt arum.  Pig-butt arum emerges in late winter, and will flower in another couple of weeks before going dormant in late spring.  Hot, sunny sites for at least half a day are best.  Flower photos will be forthcoming in a couple of weeks.

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