Arum lily #1079780



Arum lily
Zantedeschia spec.

State
F F F F H
Parents
There are no known parents.

The arum lily is a genus of the Aracea family and comes from South Africa, where it grows at the edges of swamps. As these dry up frequently during the summer months, you should also allow your arum lily this break. Arum lilies can be grown from seeds. However, it is easier if one divides and plants the tuber. It can also form side shoots, which can be carefully snapped off and planted.

Current Location
This plant is in clickbyte's Greenhouse.

Aug 2, 2020, 5:54:17 AM
Taken by clickbyte.