marmoratum

marmoratum

In ancient Roman construction, a cement formed of pounded marble and lime mortar which were well mixed; used in building walls, terraces, etc.
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There is a marbled leaf variety called Marmoratum, which is very attractive and an excellent ground cover for this time of year - arrow-shaped leaves with creamy white veins.
Theridion marmoratum L&F transf to Enoplognatha
WITH its grey marbled leaves Arum italicum Marmoratum is worthy of a place in the border as a foliage plant alone.
There are a number of plants to include in an herbaceous border too such as Arum italicum Marmoratum with its spear-shaped, grey, marble leaves and greenish-white flowers.