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ARUM italicum ssp. italicum 'Marmoratum' AGM
These plants are summer deciduous (the top growth dies away during the summer months reappearing in late winter or early spring)
Colour: Variegated Foliage
Soil Type: Humus rich soil
Season of Interest: Multiple
This plant is recommended by the Royal Horticultural Society. Click here for more details.
40cm x 40cm Lords and Ladies. Green leaves with striking silver veining. Shade, humus-rich soil.
This genus consists of 25 species of tuberous perennials, all of which undergo a season of dormancy. They usually have striking foliage, with attractive markings, but the plants are poisonous and the sap is an irritant. Often known as Lords and Ladies.
These plants are found from Europe to the Middle East and in western China. Most produce flowers in spring or early summer, which are followed by red or orange berries.
They prefer an open situation, but not full sun. Moisture requirements depend on the species, but they generally require plenty of water when in active growth, but considerably less during dormancy.