Arum Lily (Red) – Bulbs (set of 5)
A beautiful and spectacular flower, arum lily care and growing are easy. It is ideal to decorate gardens, terraces, and balconies. Arum lily, also called “calla lily” is a perennial from the Araceae family. Its rigid and vertical flower stalk ends in a spathe flared funnel that hides a yellow or orange spadix. Arum lily flowers usually bloom in summer to early fall and are very unique and marvelous to watch.
Name – Zantedeschia aethiopica
Family – Araceae
Type – bulbous perennial
Height – 20 to 40 inches (50 to 100 cm)
Exposure – Full sun, part sun
Soil – rich, well-drained
Flowering – June to October
- Arum bulbs are planted at the beginning of spring, around 1 ½ to 2 inches deep, from March to May.
- Space tubers are around 12 to 16 inches (30 to 40 cm) apart because arum has wide-reaching leaves and needs space.
- Choose a location that is in full sun but stays cool.
- Don’t plant in very dry soil, because arum requires cool, moist soil.