This is a stable cultivar when propagated vegetatively.
The leaf venation is very distinct. Its synonym is Arum italicum 'Pictum'.
In the first years I was taking it home for winter.
The December was relatively warm and it woke up in the end of January.
This photo shows how it looked after -25°C (-16°F) frost in January 2009.
It survived that winter and put new leaves next spring.
|Dave's Garden: Arum italicum 'Marmoratum'|