Common Arum maculatum - variagated
I have just found a wild clump of variagated Arum maculatum. At least I am guessing they are Arum maculatum, but they have not flowered, so could be Arum Italicum which is also very common here.
Does anyone know if this occurs commonly.
Are they escaped cultivated ones or hybridised with an intentionally cultivated variegated form?