Latin name: Arum purpureospathum

Lords and ladies

0,5 m. 1,64 f.
Family: Araceae

Genus: Arum

Thizomatous, winter plants (in dormancy during summer), with large, glossy, heart-shaped leaves and flowers surrounded by a spathe, in spring.
Plant in winter, at a depth of 15 cm (6 inches), in humus-rich, well-drained, moist soils, in deeply partly shaded sites.
Plant with ferns and ground-covering plants.
Propagated by division after the end of the flowering.
Poisonous plants. Not subject to diseases.
Latin name: Arum purpureospathum
Green leaves and dark red flowers. Erect, cylindrical, bare infructescences of berries appear in late spring and early summer.