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     Motherhen's Arum lily x 1 Flowering

Plant: Giant white arum lily (Zantedeschia aethiopica) | Variety: Crowborough

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Yup the chucks like this one too, but is has been in accessable for the last few weeks and consequently looks quite pretty. The leaves a glossy and bright green, flowers in the summer.
This has taken a bit of bad weater this winter and I had not realised that it had been sitting in water. I hope it had not rotted off. Emptied the water and put it at the back. I hope it sprouts soon, although there may be some hope as the ones at the nursrey have not come up yet.

I have brought this inside this winter, although I may have to put it in the cold frame instead as I’m rapidly running out of room

Back in Gloomy corner
July 2013 Flowering!
07.05.14 Just starting into growth



Planting Data

Giant white arum lily (81)
Crowborough (7)

Purchased from The Cottage Garden


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