(Lords and Ladies)

Spring flowering tuberous perennials found in a range of shady habitats from southern Europe to the western Himalayas, Arum often have large attractively marked leaves which appear in late autumn or early winter. The flower spike is sometimes unpleasantly scented, and are followed by spikes of red or orange berries - most parts of which will cause some severe discomfort if swallowed

Arum

<h3><em>(Lords and Ladies)</em></h3> <p class="subHeadlineDescription">Spring flowering tuberous perennials found in a range of shady habitats from southern Europe to the western Himalayas, Arum often have large attractively marked leaves which appear in late autumn or early winter. The flower spike is sometimes unpleasantly scented, and are followed by spikes of red or orange berries - most parts of which will cause some severe discomfort if swallowed</p>