Zantedeschia ‘Marshmallow’ (Arum lily) has arrow-shaped glossy bright green leaves from late spring producing soft pink scented flowers (spathes) with a deeper pink throat and yellow spadix in summer.
Happy in the pond margins or bog garden, a stunning architectural plant that works well with the other Arum lily variants lily ‘Crowborough’ and ‘Kiwi Blush’ and ‘Green Goddess’.
Fully hardy as a marginal plant if kept below the ice but cover with mulch to protect over winter in the bog garden to protect from severe frosts. Harmful if eaten and skin and eye irritant.
Planting position: Marginal plant up to 20cm
Form: 9cm pots
Zantedeschia aethiopica ‘Marshmallow’