Arum italicum ‘Marmoratum’ Large form

A very 'beefy' form of this classic making mounds of large foliage up to 50cm high, with attractive pale veined leaves autumn to spring. Creamy spathes in summer followed by orange berries in late summer. Sun or part shade. Tough and highly drought tolerant. From the garden of the late Primrose Warburg.

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