Question about Arum species
I have both the spotted and veined forms of A. italicum and knew that they both put up leaves in late fall or early winter, but this year I also purchased and planted corms of A. maculatum, A. dioscoridis, and A concinnatum X cyrenaicum. Of these, all but the A. dioscoridis have also put out leaves already.
Do all of the arum species put up winter leaves? If so, then I think I'll add more. My winter garden needs a bit more variety.