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Arum lily


Basic Information

English Name: Arum lily
German Name: Zimmercalla
Latin Name: Zantedeschia spec.
Released Date: 2012.01.19
Number of variant: 5
Colour assigned:

  • Variant 1: Purple
  • Variant 2: White/Light Blue
  • Variant 3: Orange
  • Variant 4: Pink
  • Variant 5: Red


The arum lily is a genus of the Aracea family and comes from South Africa, where it grows at the edges of swamps. As these dry up frequently during the summer months, you should also allow your arum lily this break. Arum lilies can be grown from seeds. However, it is easier if one divides and plants the tuber. It can also form side shoots, which can be carefully snapped off and planted. The leaves of the Arum lilies tend to guttation, which means that the plant gives off excess water through their leaves. This leaking juice is poisonous and can cause very itchy skin rashes. The inflorescence of arum lilies are spadix-shaped and surrounded by a colorful bract, which is often mistakenly considered as a blossom.

Additional Information

  1. They can only be bred to the same species.

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