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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Calla Lily)

The flowers of 'Strawberry Parfait' have the perfect blend of creamy white and strawberry pink color. This vigorous cultivar has an upright, clump-forming habit and lush, arrow-shaped leaves that are blotched with translucent white spots. From spring to summer it reveals pretty blooms with a colorful pink and cream petal-like leaf called a spathe, which wraps around a finger-like floral column of gold called a spadix. The spathe’s exterior is buttercream at the base, turning to white and then bright...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Calla Lily, Sunshine Calla Lily)

The flowers of ‘Sunshine’ are rightly equated to the warm yellow hue of the sun. Like all callas, this hybrid is borne from thick, tuberous rhizomes. It has an upright, clump-forming habit and lush, arrow-shaped leaves that are blotched with translucent white spots. In summer it reveals colorful blooms with a bright golden yellow petal-like leaf called a spathe that wraps around a finger-like golden floral column called a spadix.

Calla lilies grow best in sun or light shade and moist, rich soil...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Calla Lily, Super Gem Calla Lily)

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

'Super Gem' 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 can be dug...

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Ednie Flower Bulb, Inc.

(Calla Lily)

'Twilight' presents calla lily lovers with an elegant lavender purple flower with throat and center of white. Narrow upright leaves are dark green with creamy white speckles. In late spring and summer this vigorous and upright plant reveals the colorful inflorescence with a spathe wrapping around the finger-like white spadix.

Calla lilies do best in moist, rich soil in sun or light shade, or potted in a fertile, well-drained mix, watered liberally from late spring to fall and sparingly in winter....

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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,...

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TL

(Calla Lily, Common Arum Lily, White Arum Lily)

Revered in Victorian times, Calla lily is an old-fashioned tuberous perennial that traditionally symbolized rebirth. Where hardy, this South African native is an evergreen, clump-forming perennial, but it may also be grown as a tender bulb in temperate zones.

Throughout the season it produces large, glossy medium to dark green, arrow-shaped leaves. In spring and summer, large, showy, creamy white blooms appear. These consist of a large, petal-like structure, called a spathe, which wraps around...

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James H. Schutte

(Zephyrlily)

Blooming profusely amid graceful tufts of grasslike foliage, the starry flowers of rain lilies seem to appear like magic following the drenching rains of summer. Tough, easy to grow and quick to multiply, these perennials are native to tropical regions of Central and South America. Their linear, sometimes flat, upright to arching leaves rise from small bulbs, multiplying to form dense clumps. Evergreen in warmer climates, the foliage may go dormant in cold winter weather or during pronounced droughts....

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TL

(Atamasco Lily, Rain Lily)

The fragrant snowy white blooms of the atamasco lily appear in spring, well before those of most other rain lilies (Zephyranthes spp.). It is native to moist woodlands, swamp edges and wet meadows from the southeastern United States.

The glossy, arching, grass-like leaves of atamasco lily arise in late autumn from small, long-necked, chestnut-brown bulbs. Large, starry, six-petaled flowers appear on short leafless stalks from early to late spring after rains. A plant blooms for up to...

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Felder Rushing

(Autumn Zephyrlily, Rain Lily)

The cheerful flowers of white rain lily sparkle like stars amid its graceful tufts of grasslike, deep green foliage. Tough, easy to grow and quick to multiply, this perennial is native to the region surrounding the Rio de la Plata estuary of Uruguay and Argentina. Its slender, hollow, upright to arching leaves rise from dense clumps of small bulbs. Evergreen in warmer climates, the foliage disappears only in cold winter weather or during pronounced droughts. Once the soil warms in spring, many...

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Forest & Kim Starr

(Yellow Zephyrlily)

The bright, canary-colored flowers of yellow rain lily shine like stars amid its graceful tufts of deep green, grasslike foliage in summer. Tough, easy to grow and quick to multiply, this perennial is native to tropical regions of South America. Its slender, hollow, upright to arching leaves rise from dense clumps of small bulbs. Evergreen in warmer climates, the foliage disappears only in cold winter weather or during pronounced droughts. Once the soil warms in spring, many single, yellow, six-petaled...