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Zantedeschia 'Brasilia' (Pack of 3 Bulbs)
Brasilia Calla Lily is a tuberous perennial that will flower late spring to midsummer and will grow to 40-90cm (16in-3ft). Brasilia is a subtle pink frilly-edged turning to white flower head set against lime green stems and foliage. Ideal for planting indoors or in garden borders or patio/pots. 
(Pack of 3 Calla Lily Bulbs).

How to plant Callas

  • Zantedeschia (also known as Calla Lilies) is ideal for planting in containers for houseplants or for seasonal outdoor bedding displays.
  • Plant just under the surface of the soil with the eyes of the rhizome facing upwards.
  • Water freely throughout the summer months and feed with a fertiliser every two weeks. 

Planting Callas in pots

  • If planting in pots, use a loam-based compost like John Innes No. 2 but a good multi-purpose compost is also fine. 
  • Plant one rhizome to an 8" pot or 3 to a 16" pot. 

Planting Callas in the garden

  • Depending on how you want your display to look, you can space your rhizomes 30cm (12") apart or plant in groupings of 3 rhizomes slightly closer together. 
 
 

Description

Brasilia Calla Lily is a tuberous perennial that will flower late spring to midsummer and will grow to 40-90cm (16in-3ft). Brasilia is a subtle pink frilly-edged turning to white flower head set against lime green stems and foliage. Ideal for planting indoors or in garden borders or patio/pots. 
(Pack of 3 Calla Lily Bulbs).

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Summer Flowering Bulbs are dispatched from the end of February to June.
All orders should be dispatched within 3-5 working days during this time.
Postage cost to the UK is £4.99. If you are ordering from outside the UK, postage costs will vary. See Delivery page.
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All returns must be returned at your cost within 7 days of receipt.
Payment for the returned goods will be refunded within 7 days of the goods being received by us, less the postage charges.


Planting & Growing Instructions

How to plant Callas

  • Zantedeschia (also known as Calla Lilies) is ideal for planting in containers for houseplants or for seasonal outdoor bedding displays.
  • Plant just under the surface of the soil with the eyes of the rhizome facing upwards.
  • Water freely throughout the summer months and feed with a fertiliser every two weeks. 

Planting Callas in pots

  • If planting in pots, use a loam-based compost like John Innes No. 2 but a good multi-purpose compost is also fine. 
  • Plant one rhizome to an 8" pot or 3 to a 16" pot. 

Planting Callas in the garden

  • Depending on how you want your display to look, you can space your rhizomes 30cm (12") apart or plant in groupings of 3 rhizomes slightly closer together. 
 
 

Care Instructions

How to care for Callas

  • In most areas, the foliage will be hit by frost and slightly blackened. This should be cut away.
  • Lift Rhizomes before the first frosts and store them over winter before replanting them next Spring (after the risk of frost has passed).
  • Store Rhizomes in trays of compost in a cool, dark, frost-free location, e.g a garage, shed, warm greenhouse or conservatory.
  • Do not over water.
£10.00

Zantedeschia 'Brasilia' (Pack of 3 Bulbs)

Calla lily, Arum lily, Callas
Quantity Price
1+ £10.00
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Specification
Latin name: Zantedeschia
Also known as: Calla lily, Arum lily, Callas
Genus: Zantedeschia
Colours: White to Pink edges
Aspect: Full Sun to Partial Shade
Height: 40-90cm / 16-35"
Planting period: December for Spring Flowering or Spring for Summer Flowering
Soil Type: Loam-based compost such as John Innes No. 2
Hardiness: Tender - Need lifting and protecting over winter
Delivery time: Spring delivery (Feb to June 2021)
Also suitable for containers: Yes
Scented: No
Border Position: Middle
SKU SKU17817111
  • Description
    Brasilia Calla Lily is a tuberous perennial that will flower late spring to midsummer and will grow to 40-90cm (16in-3ft). Brasilia is a subtle pink frilly-edged turning to white flower head set against lime green stems and foliage. Ideal for planting indoors or in garden borders or patio/pots. 
    (Pack of 3 Calla Lily Bulbs).
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  • Delivery / Returns
  • Planting & Growing Instructions

    How to plant Callas

    • Zantedeschia (also known as Calla Lilies) is ideal for planting in containers for houseplants or for seasonal outdoor bedding displays.
    • Plant just under the surface of the soil with the eyes of the rhizome facing upwards.
    • Water freely throughout the summer months and feed with a fertiliser every two weeks. 

    Planting Callas in pots

    • If planting in pots, use a loam-based compost like John Innes No. 2 but a good multi-purpose compost is also fine. 
    • Plant one rhizome to an 8" pot or 3 to a 16" pot. 

    Planting Callas in the garden

    • Depending on how you want your display to look, you can space your rhizomes 30cm (12") apart or plant in groupings of 3 rhizomes slightly closer together. 
     
     
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