Calla Lily is a perennial herbaceous plant. During the blooming season, the plant forms an upright peduncle on which an elegant flower opens.
This plant grows quickly, and the bush grows to be fairly big. Large basal leaf plates are painted in a dark green hue. Large bushes' leaves can grow to be about 40 in (100 cm) long and 8 in (20 cm) wide.
The flowering plant forms a long arrow at the top of which a spike-shaped inflorescence cob is created, covered in a tubular sheet spread. The plant blooms in the autumn and lasts until the end of winter or the beginning of spring. This type of flower can be found in the southern part of Africa and on the Atlantic Ocean island of Madeira. Invasive in Australia and New Zealand.