A very handsome plant producing in early spring large spathes of velvety, darkest maroon-purple held above its leaves. These are rich deep green, large, and broadly arrow-shaped and are a strikingly architectural in their own right. Most arums are evil smelling but this is the sweet-scented, dark flowered counterpart to A. creticum.
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