I was squishing through the yard yesterday on my way to the compost pile and was struck by the vibrant green of the arum italicum subsp. italicum under the Judd viburnum. It's a pass-along plant from my friend's yard so I've never known for sure if it's 'Marmoratum', though I suspect it is.
The leaves say 'May' though it's only January.
How can this plant be leafed out and seemingly happy in this crazy weather? It's been near zero this month as well as in the 60's. The arum doesn't care.