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Here Professor Anthony Moore of the University of Sussex tells us about the Arum Lily (Arum maculatum), also known as `Knights & Ladies` (Devon); `Soldiers & Sailors` (Somerset); `Stallions...

Posted in: Uncategorised ~ On: 6 June, 2014

4 comments so far

June 6, 2014

Randy J
June 8, 2014

the American common name for this plant is Jack in the Pulpit

Chance Feimster
January 26, 2016

+Randy J  Jack in the Pulpit is a completely different aroid. This on is Arum Italicum.

Luna Luna
October 4, 2016

in Italy, we call it "Pan di Biscia": it means "Bread of snake" or "bread poisonous as a snake". this is my favourite plant. I'm totally in love with Arum Maculatum.

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