a perennial herb generally inhabiting damp rocks, sends out red
runners from the bases and sets new plantlets at the terminals,
thus, resulting in vast colonies. Leaves are radical with long
petioles, blades 3-6cm long, in the shape of kidney-circular, thick,
and soft, with the surfaces dark green and white macules, tinging
dark purple and white speckles on the backsides. Scapes measure
20-50cm long, with glandular hairs, give many white flowers
conically. Bloom time: May-June.