Deep red petals with a black blush. A lovely free flowering choice with dark stems. There is less spotting on these with new breeding allowing the flowers to shine. A compact plant great for potting or small garden spots.
Calla Lilies put on a spectacular summer show with multiple blooms from each tuber. They are the chic plants you want in your garden, with fancy foliage and daring colour, they add that something special. They also make excellent cut flowers that can last a couple of weeks in a vase.
You can plant your Calla Lilies in clumps, swathes, beds or even pots – they can look good anywhere. From planting, the bulbs will take two to four months to flower (faster in warmer weather and pots). The lush foliage has the occasional white spot or streak.
Calla Lilies grow well in humus rich, moist, well drained soil. They need to be kept watered during the heat of summer, as if they dry out they will go dormant and you won’t see them again until next season. A morning sun to part shade location is where they want to be (roughly six hours sun a day). It is best to wait until the threat of frost has passed before planting them out.
You can add fertiliser monthly to your Calla Lilies during growth to get the most out of your flowering season. In warmer zones Calla Lilies have the potential to flower year round, just keep them well fed and moist to achieve this.
Cool to Sub-Tropical
Full Sun to Semi Shade