Posted: 06/08/2013 at 21:42
These arum lilies are easy to grow......bit shade and moist soil is best. I have even grown them in the pool. They will grow in sun but then require more moisture
Here they are hardy so maybe you could throw a fleece over them in cold of winter.
They are easy to split.....I just dig them up and pull apart or chop/slice off and plant ASAP.
They might flower again this year...*its been such an odd season so who knows? Cut off flowered stems and remove any yellowed or dead leaves. Tidy it up. Feed. Water.
These plants are best in shade.....they light up dark corners. Plant with lobelias like queen Victoria for wonderful foliage and flower contrast and they like exactly the same comditions