best conditions for arum italicum
I have a question for anybody with experience growing Arum Italicum here in Georgia. I bought a few Arum Italicum plants and separately some bulbils a few years ago. I planted them in the backyard in pretty poor soil - typical Georgia clay. I did not take the time to amend much back then. It's part sun part shade; mostly afternoon sun. I do not water much back there; too far away from the closest water source. So, having said all that they did not look too happy. Two years ago, I dug them all up, amended the soil, and put them back. They still did not fare any better. I now have most of them in pots and am looking for some feedback on what's the best place/conditions to plant them.