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Image of Arum italicum ssp. italicum photo by: James H. Schutte

James H. Schutte

(Italian Arum, Lords-and-Ladies)

Grown primarily for its lush, often elegantly-marked leaves, this tuberous herbaceous perennial is native to southern and western Europe. The large arrowhead-shaped leaves - which in many cultivated forms are heavily veined with cream or silver - emerge from the ground in fall or early winter and persist through late spring. Greenish-yellow, hooded spathes rise from the ground in late spring, each enclosing a yellow spadix that in summer bears red berries. The plant is considered to be in dormancy...

Image of Arum italicum ssp. italicum

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Italian Arum, Lords-and-Ladies)

This tuberous perennial arum is distinctive for its vivid variegation. The large, arrowhead-shaped leaves are dark-green strikingly variegated with broad strokes of pale green in vein-like networks. Selected from a species native to southern and western Europe, 'Marmoratum' sends up its leaves in fall or early winter and they persist through late spring. Large, greenish-yellow, hooded spathes (purple at the base) appear in late spring, each enclosing a yellow spadix that in summer bears red berries...

Image of Arum italicum ssp. italicum

Felder Rushing

(Italian Arum, Lords-and-Ladies, Spotted Jack Arum)

Prized for its large, variegated leaves and unusual flowers, 'Spotted Jack' is a selection of a perennial, tuberous arum native to southern and western Europe. The arrowhead-shaped leaves are veined with light and dark green and blotched with black. The leaves emerge from the ground in fall or early winter and persist through late spring. Large, greenish-yellow, hooded spathes appear in late spring, each enclosing a yellow spadix that in summer bears red berries displayed like an upright, plump...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Italian Arum, Lords-and-Ladies, White Winter Arum)

Prized for the variegation of its large, wavy leaves, 'White Winter' is descended from a tuberous, perennial arum native to southern and western Europe. The arrowhead-shaped light-green leaves are stikingly marked with pale green in vein-like patterns. The leaves emerge from the ground in fall or early winter and persist through late spring. Large, greenish-yellow, hooded spathes appear in late spring, each enclosing a yellow spadix that in summer bears red berries displayed like an upright, plump...

Image of Arum italicum ssp. italicum

James Burghardt

(Italian Arum, Lords-and-Ladies, William Lanier Hunt Arum)

Admired for its lush, elegantly-marked and ruffling leaves, this tuberous herbaceous perennial is native to southern and western Europe. The large arrowhead-shaped leaves of the highly ornate selection 'William Lanier Hunt' emerge from the ground in fall or early winter and persist through late spring. Greenish-yellow, hooded spathes rise from the ground in late spring, each enclosing a yellow spadix that in summer bears red berries. The plant is considered to be in dormancy in summer.

This woodland...

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Gerald L. Klingaman

(Asparagus Fern, Compact Asparagus Fern, Sprenger's Asparagus Fern)

Asparagus fern is a tender evergreen perennial native to South Africa. The cultivars in the Sprengeri Group have arching stems bearing whorls of awl-shaped, leaf-like cladophylls. This cultivar is denser and shorter than most Sprenger's asparagus ferns. Small, waxy white flowers along the stems produce bright red berries in summer. These berries and seeds are fertile and readily germinate nearby the mother plants, soon to create a thicket of plants.

The compact asparagus fern likes partial sun...

(Asparagus Fern)

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Ernst Benary® Inc.

(Asparagus Fern, Lace Veil Asparagus Fern)

(Baboon Flower)

The genus Babiana comprises some 80 species of tender, herbaceous, summer-dormant perennials that grow from fibrous-coated corms. Most Babiana are native to winter-rainfall regions of far-southern Africa, typically occurring in rich clay soils. In gardens Babiana species and hybrids are grown for their sprays of colorful flowers that typically open in late winter or spring.

These members of the iris family produce clumps of narrow, lance-shaped leaves that are usually...

A charming little "bulb" for Mediterranean- and desert-climate gardens, Babiana ambigua is grown for its late-winter and early-spring display of fragrant blue flowers. It is native to sandy habitats in the South and West Cape regions of South Africa.

This member of the iris family produces low fans of slender, lance-shaped leaves that are hairy and weakly pleated. They arise in late fall or winter from rounded, deeply buried corms with fibrous "tunics." The violet-scented, 2-inch-wide,...