Arum Italicum Marmoratum
£4.50 – £16.50
Arum Italicum (Cuckoo Pint). Hardy perennial. They need well-drained soil and will thrive in light shade, not direct sunlight. Produces cream white flowers during April and June followed by red berries in the Autumn. Arums are often grown for their foliage which appears in the Autumn and lasts until spring. The leaves are arrow shaped, bottled green with cream veins. Bulbs will clump up over time and can be divided in the Autumn.
Bulb Size 10+ (top size)
10 bulbs, 25 bulbs, 5 bulbs
Plant: Autumn or Spring. 10 cm deep. Spacing 10 cm. Flowers May-July. Height 30 cm.
Hardy. Perennial. Ideal for borders, light woodland or the shady areas of your garden. Arums can be grown in sun but are happier in light shade. They need well-drained humus rich soil, if soil is poor work in a bucket of leaf mould
before planting. The glossy foliage appears in the autumn and lasts until late spring, yellow flowers appear in June producing bright orange seed heads.
The bulbs, plants and seeds are toxic, do not eat them. Always wash your hands after handling.