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Unusual plant with leaves present through winter even in the harshest weather. The leaves die back in late spring followed by a pale green spathe which then develops into red berries which stay almost until the leaves reappear in autumn.
Italian arum, Lords and ladies
Arum italicum ‘Pictum’ (Italian arum). A tuber which flowers in late spring. In autumn, semi-erect leaves with cream-white veins are borne, followed by pale green or cream-white spathes, then red berries in autumn.
This plant is ideal for flower arrangements.
Ornamental, naturaliser, borders.
Italics = data drawn from parent genus or speciesView Full Plant Finder Record