calla lily


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calla lily

n.
Any of several southern African plants of the genus Zantedeschia, widely cultivated as ornamentals and cut flowers for their showy white, yellow, pink, or purple spathes.
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Noun1.calla lily - South African plant widely cultivated for its showy pure white spathe and yellow spadixcalla lily - South African plant widely cultivated for its showy pure white spathe and yellow spadix
flower - a plant cultivated for its blooms or blossoms
pink calla, Zantedeschia rehmanii - calla having a rose-colored spathe
golden calla - any of several callas of the genus Zantedeschia having yellow spathes
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The main attraction of this year's Calla Lily Festival at Zhuzihu in the Yangmingshan National Park in Taipei will be the combination of music concerts and landscape beauty, according to Taipei City's Department of Economic Development (DOED).
Though less versatile than roses and tulips with regards to their color, calla lily flowers are another popular choice for weddings.
Elsewhere around the league on the final week of action, Delphinium trounced Yarrow 4-0 (3,131-2,938) and Calla Lily swept Daffodil 4-0 (3,028-2,671), both in group one; and Carnation beat Tritoma 3-1 (3,126-3,023) in group two.
Mango calla lily - elegant and sleek, the calla lilies are the perfect flower to twist around the inside of a fishbowl vase.
The watermelon with fruit salad is best completed just before placing on the table, although the calla lily floral portion can be completed a day ahead.
A Unilever International fragrance, Vera Wang features top notes of Bulgarian rose, calla lily and mandarin flower, a heart of gardenia, lotus, iris and white stephanotis and a base of sheer musks, white woods and precious floral nectar.
There is a hint of cool eroticism in Bob Crowley's design, an outsized golden calla lily reminiscent of Georgia O'Keeffe.
She seems lost in its fragrance, even at the expense of a nearby calla lily.