Zantedeschia rehmannii

Quick Characteristics:

Flower Colors: pink
Life form: deciduous tuber

Zantedeschia rehmannii Engl. or the pink Arum is a deciduous species found in grassland and on rocky hillsides in the summer rainfall areas (KwaZulu-Natal, Swaziland). Both its spotless, elliptic leaves and its flowers are more slender than common hybrids. It blooms in summer. Photo by Mary Sue Ittner of a rhizome starting into growth (laid on a grid with 1 cm. squares). Pic 2 by Martin Bohnet shows the flower.

Zantedeschia rehmannii, Mary Sue IttnerZantedeschia rehmannii, Martin Bohnet

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