You all know we like fragrant flowers but we also like strange-looking flowers like the Hedgehog/Parrot's Beak or flowers that just look interesting!
Well, here is one of the beautiful interesting ones in the garden. No idea as to the name as I have not come across it in any references.This plant, with broad green leaves, has very attractive fan-shaped clusters of yellow/white flowers though no fragrance. They do look like arrowheads and that is what we called the flowers!
The flower buds are yellow five-sided pyramids while the opened flowers have five yellow petals folded back with a white five-sided pyramid in the centre. The pyramids have a brown star at the tips.
It is a rather slow grower, though we have seen bigger plants elsewhere. After one and a half years, it is till only about 30 cm tall though it regularly produce single clusters of flowers.
Anyone with any idea what this plant is?