Arum Lily/ Easter Lily/ Calla Lily
We have a few large, deep plugs of the fantastic Zantedeschia or Arum lily. The seedlings have a good root system and are ready to either be potted on or planted out. Arum Lily is a perennial, hardy in most places and likes it damp, but not necessarily in water. The exotic large fresh green leaves form a good clump through which the stunning white ‘flowers’ emerge. It dies down in the winter. A mulch over the crown in the autumn before the worst of the weather is not a bad idea. This is not a wildflower of this country. Grows wild in southern Africa and The Azores.