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Zantedeschia genus (Arum lily). This genus consists of summer-flowering, tuberous perennials which are usually evergreen in warm climates. The leaves are glossy green and arrow-shaped. They are grown for their erect, funnel-shaped spathes, with each spathe enclosing a club-shaped spadix.
Perennials, Evergreens, Herbaceous
Grown for their erect, funnel-shaped spathes, each enclosing a club-shaped spadix. Suitable for coastal conditions.
They are frost-tender to marginally frost-hardy species, min 5C they are intolerant of dry conditions. They will prefer well-drained soils in full sun or partial-shade. You will need to lift the tubers before the frosts.
Propagation is by offsets in the winter.
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