Black Magic Calla Lily Bulbs are simply spectacular - they're an oldie, but a goodie.
Bred just down the road from us, and named after Sir Peter Blakes winning yacht.
Their lusciously lemony yellow blooms, with black centres, sit proudly on strong, 70cm stems - fantastic in pots or in the garden, and make a lovely cut-flower. Striking, white speckled leaves tops this beauty off.
Zantedeschia are commonly known as Calla Lilies. Established in clumps in the garden provide a wonderful display during early summer. They can also be grown in pots on the patio and are much valued as a cut flower.
Callas are amazing in pots for adding colour to your Patio, conservatory, or simply to spruce up the garden!
You should plant your Calla bulbs from September on-wards (if planting straight into the garden), however it is possible to plant earlier if potted up in a nice warm sunny spot.
Plant your bulbs 5-10cm deep, and at least 10 cm apart in free draining soil.
Callas like semi-shade to full sun, so hunt out that perfect sunny spot where all can see!.
We recommend sprinkling a handful of general purpose low nitrogen fertilizer after planting, to really pamper those blooms!
For a full overview of how to plant Calla Lilies visit our Gardeners Guide.