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Does anyone know what is this plant or weed?

comments (5) November 9th, 2012 in gallery
Qoo Qoo, member
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sharocky writes: This the arrowhead (Syngonium podophyllum) and it is invasive and difficult to eradicate. I put it in my yard and was very sorry. It has made the noxious weed list in serveral areas. Pretty plant that has a white tuberous bloom with red berries in the center. Can irritate the skin so handle with gloves. If you like you might want to consider growing it in a pot. Hope this helps. Posted: 3:14 pm on June 7th
plantjunkie writes: It's defiantly arum italicum Posted: 9:48 pm on January 9th
Garius writes: Actually, I think it is Arum Italicum. I just got a piece of it in a fall plant exchange. Apparently it keeps its leaves through the winter and will slowly spread into a clump. Posted: 12:59 pm on December 6th
Qoo writes: Hi Seamew, Thanks for your reply : ) Great help! Posted: 12:46 am on November 10th
Seamew writes: This isn't a weed; it a bulb called an arum (so far as I can tell from your photo). You might know it by its more common name, Jack in the pulpit. It will bloom first in spring, then go dormant, then send up foliage later--that may be why you're confused about its behavior! Posted: 1:27 pm on November 9th
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