Thizomatous, winter plants (in dormancy during summer), with large, glossy, heart-shaped leaves and flowers surrounded by a spathe, in spring.
Latin name: Arum purpureospathum
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.
Green leaves and dark red flowers. Erect, cylindrical, bare infructescences of berries appear in late spring and early summer.