Arum Lily. A clump-forming, herbaceous perennial with semi-erect Large arrow-shaped, glossy green leaves. Produces pure white spathes from late spring to mid-summer. Height 90cm. Spread 60cm. Naturally grows in rich damp grassland so prefers a moisture retentive fertile soil. Can also be grown as a marginal plant. Mulch with compost in late autumn to protect crown from severe frost.
A clump-forming perennial with semi-erect arrow-shaped, glossy green leaves. Produces pure white spathes from late spring to mid-summer.
- Hardiness: Hardy through most of the UK (-10 to -5)
- Common Names: arum lily, African lily, altar lily, calla lily, Egyptian lily, lily of the Nile, richardia, trumpet lily, white arum lily
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