The typical Arum italicum forms are nicely veined, but we have been growing the rare clouded forms from seed to study the genetic variation. We have decided to part with a few of our seedlings while they last. The leaves are green with a silver-clouded pattern, and since no two are alike, you'll surely want to try several. Like typical A. italicum, they flower and set seed in late spring then go dormant all summer. Average to very dry soil is just fine.