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(Calla Lily)

Calla lilies comprise a group of almost 30 herbaceous species that originate from the moist, lowland environments of southern and eastern Africa. All are tender tropical perennials borne from thick, tuberous rhizomes. Height and overall habit varies from species to species, but all are clump-forming. Their leaves may be upright or curve downward and are usually either lance-shaped or arrow-shaped and solid green or spotted with translucent white spots.

Callas are best known for their unique flowers...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Calla Lily)

The bicolored flower of Dark Eyes calla lily is exquisite. The inflorescence is comprised of a creamy, rich rosy-pink spathe wrapping around the finger-like, creamy, pale yellow spadix. The color around the center of the pale spadix is a deep purple, giving the 'dark eye' look of this calla. The trumpet shaped flower is lop-sided so that a longer flare forms and often curls downward. The leaves are a pleasing solid green to blue-green in color with a lance shape.

Calla lilies do best in moist,...

(Calla Lily)

Calla lilies comprise a group of almost 30 herbaceous species that originate from the moist, lowland environments of southern and eastern Africa. All are tender tropical perennials borne from thick, tuberous rhizomes. Height and overall habit varies from species to species, but all are clump-forming. Their leaves may be upright or curve downward and are usually either lance-shaped or arrow-shaped and solid green or spotted with translucent white spots.

Callas are best known for their unique flowers...

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Terra Nova Nurseries, Inc.

(Calla Lily, Edge of Night Calla Lily)

The Edge of Night calla lily is an excellent cutflower with long dark purple stems topped with dark purple to black flowers. Its upright pink and white spotted leaves are a solid matte green with edges and veins a dark purple or black. In late spring and summer 'Edge of Night' reveals the colorful purplish black inflorescence with a spathe wrapping around the finger-like spadix. Depending on growing conditions, the degree of black can vary from dark wine-red to deep purple or darker. It was discovered...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Calla Lily, Flame Calla Lily)

Calla lilies are herbaceous perennials native to damp places in southern and eastern Africa. 'Flame' bears yellow, red-flecked, torch-shaped "flowers" (spathes) that age to orange-red. The flowers appear in late spring and summer. The lush, arrow-shaped, deciduous leaves are conspicuously blotched with translucent spots.

'Flame' does best in moist, rich soil in sun or light shade, or potted in a moist, fertile, well-drained mix, watered liberally from spring to fall (water sparingly in winter)....

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Calla Lily)

The variable flower of Gold Rush calla lily is beautiful and long-lasting. The inflorescence is comprised of a rich lemony yellow spathe wrapping around the finger-like, creamy, pale yellow spadix. The trumpet shaped flower is lop-sided so that a longer flare is seen to one side and a slit on the other, revealing the spadix. The plant's leaves are broadly arrow-shaped, dark green, and has occasional white spots.

Calla lilies do best in moist, rich soil in sun or light shade, or potted in a fertile,...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Calla Lily)

The name 'Lavender Gem' says it all. This compact calla lily blooms in summer with a complex flower structure comprised of a lavender-violet leaf-like spathe wrapped around a pale yellow finger-like spadix. The base of the throat is dark purple and contrasts nicely with the pale spadix. The bright green, lance-shaped leaves are succulent and numerous.

Calla lilies grow best in full sun or light shade and prefer moist, rich soil or potting mix. They must be watered liberally from late spring to...

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Calla Lily, Rose Gem Calla Lily)

Calla lilies are herbaceous tender perennials native to damp places in southern and eastern Africa. The cultivar 'Rose Gem' bears rose-pink, torch-shaped "flowers" (spathes) in late spring and summer on tall stems. Their lush, upright, lance-shaped leaves appear from late spring until fall.

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

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Calla Lily, Rubylite Pink Ice Calla Lily)

Calla lilies are herbaceous perennials native to damp places in southern and eastern Africa. The cultivar 'Rubylite Pink Ice' bears soft-pink, torch-shaped "flowers" (spathes) in late spring and summer. The lush, upright, lance-shaped leaves appear from late spring until fall.

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

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International Flower Bulb Centre

(Calla Lily, Rubylite Rose Calla Lily)

Calla lilies are herbaceous perennials native to damp places in southern and eastern Africa. The hybrid cultivar 'Rubylite Rose' bears rose-pink, torch-shaped "flowers" (spathes) in late spring and summer. The lush, upright, lance-shaped leaves appear from late spring until fall.

Cally lily does best in moist, rich soil in sun or light shade, or potted in a moist, fertile, well-drained mix, watered liberally from spring to fall (water sparingly in winter). Where not hardy, its thick rhizomes...