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another name for calla1
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Noun1.Zantedeschia - calla lily
liliopsid genus, monocot genus - genus of flowering plants having a single cotyledon (embryonic leaf) in the seed
Araceae, arum family, family Araceae - anthurium; calla lily; jack-in-the-pulpit; philodendron
arum lily, calla, calla lily, Zantedeschia aethiopica - South African plant widely cultivated for its showy pure white spathe and yellow spadix
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OFFER of the week Zantedeschia, known as calla lilies, are a summer-flowering plant with marvellous, waxy leaves and beautifully shaped and coloured flowers through summer.
In flower at the moment in my garden, I have nerines and Paperwhites, freesias popping through the ground, chasmanthe and zantedeschia (Calla lilies) showing promise, and of course pelargoniums -- what would we do without them
SOME EXOTIC-LOOKING PLANTS WILL GROW IN SHADE BROAD-LEAVED fatsias, hugeflowered magnolias and ferns with wispy fronds can be placed to create an exotic look, mixed with colour from zantedeschia and hardy begonias with huge veined deep pink leaves.
A solucao de pulsing a base de sacarose tem se mostrado eficiente para o pre-tratamento de especies como Zantedeschia aethiopica (Almeida et al.
They fall into two groups - the evergreen species zantedeschia aethiopica, which has creamy white trumpet-shaped flowers, and the coloured hybrids, often called mini callas because their flowers are shorter.
En los HC-FSSH se plantaron seis individuos de Zantedeschia aethiopica (25-30cm de altura), en tanto que en los HC-FSSV se planto un individuo adulto de Strelitzia reginae.
Curiously, Zantedeschia and Epipremnum are non-native to the Americas, and other exotic Araceae species might be used as hosts by these thrips as well.
Shade, fertilizers and natural bioregulator to improve Zantedeschia growth in a mexican tropical upland area.
Phosphorus supply alters tuber composition, flower production, and mycorrhizal responsiveness of container-grown hybrid Zantedeschia.