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Insects, mainly flies, are attracted to the pungent scent produced by the spadix. As they seek nectar at the base of the flower, they are liberally doused in pollen. Italian Lord's-and-ladies prefers humid, shaded conditions on good soils, and may be susceptible to frosts.

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  • Posted: Thu. 4th June 2009 08:07

Re: Arum italicum

Reply from Vivienne Jenkins

Hi there,
Can anyone help me, please? I bought and sowed some Arum italicum seeds back in early July. So far only two seeds have germinated but the initial leaves are plain green with no sign of variagation. Is this normal or have I been sold Arum maculatum seeds, do you think?

  • Posted: Tue. 30th August 2011 09:39