Arum cyrenaicum x concinnatum
Arums are unusual plants, with flowers consisting of a hood, called a spathe, with the sexual parts, the spadix, inside. The spathe has interesting colours, usually muted greens, browns, creams, often with vertical stripes. The flowers are followed by dense spikes of red fruit in the autumn.
Arum cyrenaicum x concinnatum is a natural hybrid, characterised by lots of black spots on the arrow-head shaped leaves. The flowers are of the typical arum hooded shape, with a deep pinkish green spathe and a darker spadix. Most unusual.
||sun or part shade|
||Alpine winter / part shade summer|
||any good garden soil|
||20 - 60 cm|