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Arum italicum Cuckoo plant, Lords and ladies Z 5-9
Unusual greenish white jack-in-the-pulpit type flowers, called spath, followed by showy spikes of tomato red berries in the fall. Foliage showy too – green with network of white veins.
“The leaves of this sort rise a foot and a half high, are very large, running out to a point; these are finely veined with white, interspersed with black spots, which, together with the fine shining green of their surface, make a pretty variety. The flowers grow near a foot high, and have long upright spaths, which are of a pale green, inclining to white; these appear the end of April, or beginning of May, and the seeds are ripe in August.” Phillip Miller’s Gardeners Dictionary, 1768.
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