I've grown Arisarum proboscideum on the edge of my woodland beds for some years now. The tiny brown and white flowers that appear among the leaves at this time of year look just like a family of mice peeping out. Last year one of the leaves developed a variegation and now a few more have the same colouring. The real treat this year is that the plant has produced a striped flower. I have a tiny striped 'mouse' peeping out from a group of patterned leaves.