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Italian arum 'Marmoratum'
Arum italicum marmoratum Arum italicum 'Pictum'
Arum italicum var. pictum
Arum are tuberous perennials with simple, arrow-head shaped leaves and tiny flowers hidden, at the base of a yellow or purple, club-shaped spadix, within a showy, hood-like spathe, and followed by red berries
'Marmoratum' is a tuberous perennial to 35cm, with large, arrow-shaped dark, glossy green leaves veined creamy-white and appearing in autumn. Large greenish-yellow spathes with a yellow spadix are followed by showy spikes of orange-red berries
Toxicity All parts are highly toxic by ingestion
All ratings refer to the UK growing conditions unless otherwise stated. Minimum temperature ranges (in degrees C) are shown in brackets
Aspect South-facing or North-facing or West-facing or East-facing
SoilLoam, Chalk, Sand
pHAcid, Alkaline, Neutral
Time to ultimate height
Grow in moist but well-drained humus-rich soil and plant 10 to 15cm deep
Division of clumps of tubers should take place after flowering. Alternatively, propagate by seed sown in autumn having removed the fleshy pulp
Suggested planting locations and garden types
Flower borders and beds Underplanting of Roses and Shrubs
Cottage & Informal Garden
Pruning No pruning required
Pests Generally pest free
Generally disease free
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