The Arum italicum, or Italian Lord-and-Ladies, has two faces. First it blooms with a white flower in April-May. This plant boasts distinctive white-green flower resembling a raised handkerchief. Glossy, green leaves with a trace of paler veins After flowering, the stem appears with orange/red berries. Great in borders, cottage gardens, beds and underplanting of roses, hostas and shrubs. Good for naturalising.