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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.

Arum Italicum

Arum Italicum
Arum Leaves
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Arum Italicum is the hardiest as well as the most common garden variety of Arum. It has pale green to creamy white flowers and lush green foliage. Also known as Orange Candleflower or Arum Lily.

Size: 6+ cm.
Plant: 3 Bulbs Per Sq Ft
Bloom Time: Late Spring
Planting Depth: 4"
Height: 12"
Zone: 4-9
Exposure: Sun to Partial Shade

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