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Image of Zantedeschia

John Buettner

(Calla Lily, Yellow Queen Calla Lily)

Calla lilies are herbaceous perennials native to damp places in southern and eastern Africa. 'Yellow Queen' bears golden-yellow, torch-shaped "flowers" (spathes) on stems in late spring and summer. The lush, arrow-shaped, deciduous leaves are conspicuously blotched with translucent spots.

'Yellow Queen' does best in moist, rich soil in sun or light shade, or potted in a moist, fertile, well-drained mix, watered liberally from late spring to fall (water sparingly in winter). Where not hardy,...

Image of Zantedeschia albomaculata photo by: James Burghardt

James Burghardt

(Spotted Calla Lily)

Spotted calla lily is a herbaceous perennial that originates from the moist, lowland environments of southern and eastern Africa. Plants are borne from thick, tuberous rhizomes. They have an upright, clump-forming habit and long,floppy, arrow-shaped leaves that are blotched with translucent white spots. The flowers consist of a slender yellow elongated floral column called a spadex surrounded by a petal-like leaf of white, pale pink or pale yellow called a spathe. Each spathe is marked with a dark...

Image of Zantedeschia elliottiana photo by: Mark Kane

Mark Kane

(Golden Arum Lily, Golden Calla Lily)

Golden calla lily is a tropical herbaceous perennial that originates from the moist, lowland environments of southern and eastern Africa. Plants are borne from thick, tuberous rhizomes. They have long, erect, arrow-shaped leaves that are blotched with translucent white spots. Its blooms consist of a slender yellow-green elongated floral column called a spadex wrapped by a petal-like leaf of golden yellow called a spathe. Flowering occurs in late spring and summer.

Golden calla does best when...

Image of Zantedeschia rehmannii photo by: International Flower Bulb Centre

International Flower Bulb Centre

(Pink Calla)

Pink calla lily is an herbaceous perennial that originates from the moist, lowland environments in South Africa and Swaziland. Plants are borne from thick, tuberous rhizomes. They have an upright, clump-forming habit and produce narrowly erect, lance-shaped leaves that are unspotted. Its blooms consist of a slender elongated floral column called a spadex wrapped by a petal-like leaf of white, pink or rose-purple called a spathe. Flowering occurs in late spring and summer.

Pink calla does best...