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  • SuesynSuesyn South Somerset Posts: 606
    In my experience the birds are very fond of the berries and do a good job of spreading  it!
  • Loraine3Loraine3 Posts: 551
    The marbled vein ones are not such thugs and loved by flower arrangers. They have them on sale at Marjorie Fish's garden in Somerset.
  • I've a similar growing spot as you, semi shaded under shrubs, and it's been well behaved for the last 10 years. I spend more time getting rid of the neighbour's ordinary arum which keeps spreading through, just pull out the leaves as soon as you see any seedlings you don't want.
  • LynLyn DevonPosts: 21,103
    The berries are poisonous so if you have little ones around make sure you teach them not to touch them.
    Gardening on the wild, windy west side of Dartmoor. 

  • owd potterowd potter teapot townPosts: 819
    A great array of comments and advice.
    You have eased my worried brow.
    Many thanks all
    Just another day at the plant...
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