Almost every year I photograph the reliable and intriguing woodland plant Arisaema sikokianum–a few older photographs can be seen here. Its common names are generally a reflection of its Japanese origin: Japanese Jack-in-the-pulpit and, more romantically, snow rice-cake plant (link to Paghat’s site with gardening information). It is also known as gaudy jack.
Botany resource link: Stannous F sent me a note letting me know that the folks at Earth Science Picture of the Day have had a few plant-related photographs recently. Here are two: Xanthorrhoea australis (grass trees) in Brisbane Ranges National Park, Australia and a Boreal Forest Ring from the Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada area.