This seems to be a darker form of Zantedeschia rehmannii which came mixed in with our original rehmannii stock when we purchased them several years ago. It is another prolific bloomer but the spathes are a much darker pink bordering on red. It does look like several of the many named cultivars of rehmannii (which can be highly variable in depth of colour) but we cannot decide which one it actually is if it is any of them at all?
Looks particularly stunning in a hot coloured, exotic flower bed with it’s sword shaped leaves and the vibrant flower spathes appearing above the foliage reaching heights of up to 60cm tall. Reliably hardy in UK zone 9 gardens if planted deep, given a humus rich but well drained soil and full sun in a sheltered spot. Mulch thickly in winter with bark chippings to keep the ground from freezing protecting the dormant rhizome.
Sent as a young plant in a 9cm pot. May be cut back for shipping. Sent as a dormant plant in winter.