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Arum Italicum

Arum Italicum

Regular price $3.95
Regular price $14.95 Sale price $3.95
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Includes: 3 Arum bulbs

Shipping: "In Stock" items ship by zone until all zones are open for the season. "Preorder" follows our shipping policy by planting season.

SKU: 35206-03

Arum Italicum Bulbs for Sale | Italian Lords and Ladies

Similar to Jack in the Pulpit, Arum Italicum is widely grown for its unusual, hooded spring flowers. However, this native of Europe really makes a statement in the fall garden when the spent stalks bear dense clusters of orange-red berries that last for several months.

The chartreuse blooms and bountiful fruits are fascinating additions to shaded spaces, where Hostas and Astilbes make fabulous partner plants. Attractive, arrow-shaped foliage emerges in the fall and persists through winter, occasionally flaunting generous, silvery-white mottling. As spring arrives, the leaves pair beautifully with early bloomers like Crocus, Chionodoxa, and Scilla. Enjoy!


NOTE: ALL PARTS ARE CONSIDERED TOXIC, please wear gloves when handling the tubers.

State & Territories Resrictions: We cannot ship this product to the following: Anywhere outisde the continental U.S., Washington State, Oregon, Washington D.C. and Maryland.


Easy to Grow Features

  • Zone: 5-9
  • Height: 12-24 in.
  • Spread: 18-24 in.
  • Sunlight: Partial Shade to Shade; Bright Indirect Indoors
  • Water: Moderate to Low
  • Flowering time: Spring
  • Flower Color: Chartreuse & Orange-Red
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  • Planting Depth
    2"
  • Planting Proximity
    18-24"
  • Planting Season
    Fall
  • Plant Benefits
    Unique & un-common.
  • Water Quantity
    Moderate to Low
  • Bloom Season
    Spring
  • Sunlight Quantity
    Partial Shade to Shade; Bright Indirect Indoors
  • Hardiness Zones
    Zones 5-9

Customer Reviews

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C.a.
Performs well, too well in NC.

Spreads very quickly and is difficult to remove. In zone 7, this is an invasive plant.

Thank you for your review.

We do note the following in the Product Description:
'State & Territories Restrictions: We cannot ship this product to the following: Anywhere outisde the continental U.S., Washington State, Oregon, Washington D.C. and Maryland.'

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Peggy
Love these

I gave these plants a try and was extremely pleased. I hope they continue to thrive and take over the area I planted them.

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Patti
Warning!!

Be careful where you plant. They spread a lot, 30 feet from where originally planted..

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Beth

Planted and did not come up. Wasted my money.