Plant Guardians

Arum italicum subsp. neglectum ‘Miss Janay Hall’ (v)


Described as forming ‘a lovely, large and spreading clump, which delights me with its glossy foliage in winter and spring, white arum flowers in summer, and spikes of “lords and ladies” red fruits in autumn.' This plant was selected by Peter Hall and named for his niece.

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