- Approximate height: 23cm (9 inches)
- Recommended water depth over crown of plant: 5 - 15cm (2 - 6 inches)
- Flowering time: May to June
- Flower colour: White
- Supplied in the 8cm pot and light soil we grow them in - we recommend potting on using a 3 - 4 litre pot and aquatic soil
This attractive marginal plant produces simple white arum-like flowers in late spring, followed by bright red berries in autumn. It has heart-shaped glossy mid-green leaves, and spreads gradually on plump, shiny, creeping stems. It thrives in shallow water, and can be used to disguise the pond's edge with its lush, slightly exotic-looking leaves. Unlike many pond plants, it will grow and even flower in shade, although planting in sun or part shade will result in more blooms.
Calla palustris plants like to grow horizontally, so we have recommended a 3 or 4 litre pot for your plant because these will have a wide opening. However, a 2 litre pot would be enough if it has an opening of at least 20cm. Read more here on how to pot and care for your plant.
Please note that this plant is toxic if eaten.