Italicum (Arum Italicum) is a beautiful ornamental plant with leaves, inflorescences and fruit stands. Light innervation of a dark leaf creates a picture on them, hence the name of the plant. The inflorescence flask after flowering produces beautiful, bright red fruits gathered in a large flask, resembling a rowanberry. Thanks to the decorative qualities of all the organs of the plant it is a garden decoration all year round. It grows up to 50 cm high and blooms in May. It needs a stand in half shade or in light sun. It develops best in light and moist soil. It requires fertilization and in severe winters it can be covered.
There are 10 bulbs in the package.
- Planting: April-May
- Spacing: 10-15 cm
- Depth: 10 cm
- Flowering: June-August
- Flower color: red
- Excavation: overwintering in the soil, covering for the winter