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from My Potting Bench

January 2014

Arum italicum seedlings

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Arum italicum marmoratum - leaves in winter, loses them in summer, just coming out of a frost, March 2014.

Arum italicum marmoratum spathe, May 28.

*Edward Bawden RA (1903-1989), A LAKE WITH ARUMS Signed and dated 1948 l.r., pen and ink and watercolour 45 x 57cm Sold for £3900 28th January 2014

The arum is an unusual plant for your garden but its dried rootstock is valued for bronchitis, asthma and COPD (chronic obstructive pulmonary disease) which involves chronic congestion which blocks your air passages. The plant is otherwise poisonous, flowers. leaves, fresh root. The root stock needs to be thoroughly dried or cooked before use, then - See more at:

Arum italicum marmoratum, Carex, Nov 16.

Arum italicum marmoratum leaf unfurls, Oct 2.

Italian Arum, Arum italicum 'Marmoratum' | Zone: 4a to 9b | Height: 12" tall | Culture: Part Sun to Light Shade| Origin: Europe