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Arum are also known as Winter Caladiums. In late June they produce a jack-in-the-pulpit type flower. The plants then disappear in the summer and in the autumn shoot up stalks of showy bright orange berries followed by beautiful arrow-shaped leaves that remain green all winter. Arums are mostly grown for their attractive leaves and colorful (but poisonous) berries. Excellent grown in woodland gardens or in shady borders.
Size: 6+ cm.
Plant: 3 Bulbs Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: 4"
Exposure: Sun to Partial Shade
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