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Zantedeschia 'White Giant'

New to the UK and available here first, this is a truly giant form of Arum lily with huge white speckled green foliage reaching up to 1.5m high and large white spathes on stalks to 2m! This will reach its largest proportions in a moist site (or water), though you'll find it easy in any site, dry or wet. Quite magnificent.

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Zantedeschia albomaculata (new)

An elegant smaller species from marshy spots on the mountainsides of the summer rainfall area of Eastern South Africa. The arrow shaped leaves are heavily spotted with white and the flower spathes are cream, blotched purple at their bases, and seen in mid to late summer. Although hardy, this appreciates a long growing season to flower well. 60cm.

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Zingiber mioga 'Crug Zing'

A Wynn-Jones intro from Cheju Island, S. Korea, with pale pink flowers. Japanese folk eat the fresh young shoots and even the flower buds, though you'll probably want to leave them for their exotic effect in the garden. This woodlander sends stems of luscious foliage to 60cm or more and in autumn small, orchid-like flowers are seen at ground level. For good humusy soil in semi-shade.

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Zingiber mioga 'Dancing Crane' (new)

Bold white markings on the leaves of this variegated form of the hardy Japanese edible ginger known as Mioga. This woodlander sends stems of luscious foliage to 60cm and in autumn small, orchid-like, pale yellow flowers are seen at ground level. For good humusy soil in semi-shade.

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Zingiber mioga 'White Feather' (new)

Subtle white feathering on the leaves of this variegated form of the hardy Japanese edible ginger known as Mioga. This woodlander sends stems of luscious foliage to 60cm and in autumn small, orchid-like, pale yellow flowers are seen at ground level. For good humusy soil in semi-shade.

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