Packet of 5 seeds.
Another really stunning flowering plant, that originates from South Africa. The latin name means with white spots, which aptly sums up the foliage of this plant. The flowers are smaller than the White Calla Lily, but are in all other respects similar. The white spotted foliage develops best where the plant is grown in good light.
This species is hardy enough for garden use and will survive in Zone 6 and above with little or no protection. With a mulching layer of straw, it may well survive in Zone 5. All new plantings will need some winter protection whilst they establish themselves. Fast growing, they need space to spread due to their fleshy roots. They require a moist position, but do not relish shade, in this respect they are suitable as a marginal plant for a pond or other water feature.