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Zantedeschia aethiopica

English: Arum Lilies; Afrikaans: Varkore

4 colours:

1. Zantedeschia aethiopica *Natural - Creamy white spathes, and large showy leaves. Can grow in full sun if given enough water but thrives in moist shady areas and responds well to regular applications of compost, kraal manure or organic fertiliser.

2. Zantedeschia aethiopica 'Green Goddess' - Huge green and white spathes and enormous leaves make this a very showy plant. Can grow in full sun if given enough water but thrives in moist shady areas and responds well to regular applications of compost, kraal manure or organic fertiliser.

3. Zantedeschia aethiopica 'Marshmallow' - This beautiful and extraordinary form of Z. aethiopica has a delicate pink tinged throat. Can grow in full sun if given enough water but thrives in moist shady areas and responds well to regular applications of compost, kraal manure or organic fertiliser.

4. Zantedeschia aethiopica 'Spotted Leaf' - Creamy white spathes, and large showy leaves. Can grow in full sun if given enough water but thrives in moist shady areas and responds well to regular applications of compost, kraal manure or organic fertiliser. Differs from usual form of Z. aethiopica in that it has attractive maculation on the leaves.

2 Hybrids:

1. Zantedeschia Calla Hybrid 'Soft Pinkies' - Gorgeous soft pink spathes adorn this new deciduous hybrid. It has small compact growth and make a beautiful seasonal container plant. Keep dry during dormant period, feed lightly with slow release chemical or organic fertilizer on leaf emergence (Aug/Sept) and water regularly during active growth phase.

2. Zantedeschia Calla Hybrid *Mixed Colours - A selection of pretty, miniature Arums with creamy, yellow or deep red flowers. They grow well in light shade and would look particularly attractive near water features. In time, the plants form a thick clump. Keep dry during dormant period, feed lightly with slow release chemical or organic fertilizer on leaf emergence (Aug/Sept). Water regularly during active growth phase.

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