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Scientific name: Zantedeschia aethiopica

Popular Names: Calla Lily, White Calamari, Pitcher, Lily of the Nile

Family: Araceae

Climate: Equatorial, Subtropical, Tropical

Origin: Africa

Height: 0.6 to 1.2 meters

Luminosity: Partial Shade, Full Sun

Life cycle: perennial


Known to all, the calla lily is excellent as a cut flower.

Its foliage is bright green and very ornamental. The flowers are firm and durable, large and white.


Selection and crossing with other species of Zantedeschia have resulted in calla lilies in colors other than white, such as yellow, red, pink, orange and purple.


It should be grown in groups to better enhance its landscape effect, especially in humid places, such as lake shores and water mirrors.

Planting in pots is also quite suitable.


This plant likes soils that are rich in organic matter and marshy, that is, permanently moist, without, however, remaining below water.


Its size varies between 0.6-1.2 meters in height.

It should be grown in full sun or partial shade.


the lake plants can be divided into 4 essential groups, namely: oxygen plants, water lilies, aquatic plants and marsh plants.

By placing the right amount of plants in the pond, it is easy to achieve biological balance and clean pond water.


Swamp plants have a very good root system, which means they grow quickly. These plants ensure that the water is very well filtered. Plants absorb waste products, which will reduce nitrate and nitrite concentrations. Our range consists of the hardiest types of marsh plants.


white pitcher

Zantedeschia Aethiopica

The White Pitcher is a hardy marsh plant and can grow to a height of around 80 cm. It should be planted at a maximum depth of -20 cm in zone 1 or 2.

Zantedeschia aethiopica

SKU: P0316
  • Vase 20 cm  | Total height 105 cm

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