Clumps of long-stalked, shiny rich green, usually arrow-shaped leaves, sometimes spotted in white. Flower bract (spathe) surrounds a central spike (spadix) tightly covered with tiny true flowers.Zantedeschia aethiopica
To 2–4 ft. tall,with unspotted leaves to 1/2 ft. long, 10 in.wide. In spring (sometimes continuing into summer), pure or creamy white spathes to 8 in. long appear on stems slightly taller than foliage.
Hybrid between P. caerulea and P. alata. Among the best-known, most widely planted p...
All of these South African natives form fountainlike clumps of strap-shaped leaves that are evergreen ...
This variety has broader leaves than the species and a more treelike habit.