Found in Southern Africa, Angola and Malawi most are summer growing. There are many beautiful and colorful hybrids. Dark red flowers.
Arum Plant Information Most arums prefer moist, well-draining soil, warm temperatures of 60 degrees F. or higher (nearly 16 C.), and rich soil with frequent fertilizing. It is fairly easy to propagate most varieties of arum by leaf cuttings, stem cuttings, layers, or division. Planting by seed can be capricious at best. Outside of temperate to tropical ranges, the cooler region gardener may not have much access to arum plant family members. Of the different types of arum plants seen commonly in the landscape, Jack-in the-pulpit has to be one of the hardiest and most widespread. This small plant eventually produces colonies and attractive white spathes.
Approx. 5 seeds