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The foliage of Arum Italicum, or Italian arum, emerges in autumn and remains evergreen during the winter months. In April/May pale green, goblet-like spathes appear. The foliage of Italian arum then dies back in summer to expose stunning spikes of orangey-red berries.
The Italian arum has veined leaves; it can take a couple of years after planting for the white veins to become apparent. Native to southern Europe, northern Africa and southwest Asia.