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Zantedeschia aethiopica (Calla)

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16 Jul : 21:58

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zantedeschia_aethiopica3.jpgTin is easily grown almost throughout the world. There are two types of tin. The first is an evergreen Zantedeschia Aethiopica (which includes Hercules, White Giant, Spotted Leaf, Aethiopica etc.).. Vtoviriya colored species are hybrids, which are often called mini-Cali.

Cultivation of evergreen Zantedeschia Aethiopica:

Origin: Rodina plant is South Africa.

Location: The most appropriate place for it is sunny or dappled shade. If you put in the shade, it will perish. Summer time it is made openly, but far from over and rain. When completed tsavtezha (during standby), tin is placed on a bright and relatively cool place. Move it back to light and heat in December in order to bloom well.

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