This is one of the stars in the understory of the towering coastal redwoods, Sequoia sempervirens. Wide fleshy green leaves would not look out of place in the subtropics and that impression is only enhanced by the umbels of red flowers which become visually luscious blue-purple fruit.
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Speckled Wood-lily is common name as white flowers are lightly speckled in green and purple. The flowers are held in an umbel clustered atop stems up to twenty inches tall if the plant is in its happy place, The flowers are replaced by round black fruit. The tongue-like green leaves make a dense cover and this is gently rhizomatous creating a small carpet in time.