This form of Zantedeschia aethiopica was found growing in the Gloucestershire garden of Keith and Lorna Ferguson, and has proven itself to be hardier, more vigorous and producing a greater abundance of flowers than other forms of this species. The Hardy Plant Society set about conserving and propagating this superb form.
Large white spathes are produced in abundance once established. Height 1m to 1.5m in exceptional cases.
Supplied established and growing in a 9cm pot. Please note, due to the size of the plant some leaves may need to be removed when posting. This will not harm the plant.