The genus Arum features 30 tuberous perennial species, grown widely for their distinctive leaves and 10-40cm long, large, colorful flower spathes which resemble lilies. Most species come from the Mediterranean, but they may be found in Europe, Northern Africa and both West and Central Asia.
How to propagate Arum
Seed in autumn.
Division in early autumn.
Other uses of Arum
Grown for their ornamental leaves and attractive spathes.