In spring, the Arum italicum produces green, marbled leaves and white flowers. In the autumn, these flowers become vibrant red berries that sit it tight clusters at the head of the plant. Typical height is around twenty centimetres. Supplied as tubers to plant yourself, you can get one, two or three with this order. Dig a hole in the soil and place a tuber in it, cover with soil and firm down then water well. They will come back every year in the right shady position, they love to be in the shade of a deciduous tree.