This was labelled 'Schwarzwalder' and I don't
remember who was the producer, perhaps some Dutch firm.
The photo I sent showed the plant in the last phase
of bloom, when the spathes became brown/green, I have more photos of this plant
when the spathes were very dark violet. The cultivar 'Black Eyed Beauty' I have,
it has yellow spathes, here's the link:
And I have also 'Black Magic' which doesn't differ
from the previous one, maybe the spathes are lighter yellow:
I haven't made a page about 'Schwarzwalder' yet
because I have many photos and I must select the best ones.
The link you pasted doesn't work:
-- Original Message -----
Sent: Thursday, November 23, 2006 11:18
Subject: Re: [Aroid-l]
But Marek, This is not Schwarzwalder. Did you bought it from De
Ree Bloembollen B.V.? They sold a variety with schwarzwalder picture, but it
was sold under the bane Black Beuty, and a look alike Zanthadeschia grew out
from it, but some were Black Eyed Beauty...
If you would check the
pictures on my site (4 real Schwarzwalder) you coul dee the differences:
Pictures are not the
best, but the variety is true to name! nd are reduced, to avoid picture theft.
(not you, but for many others)
Eredeti üzenet --
Elküldve: 2006.11.22 17:26
Téma: Re: [Aroid-l] "black" zantedeschias
cultivar 'Schwarzwalder' has almost black spathes, but its leaves don't
look like rehmannii, they are sagittate and spotted like in Z.
A photo attached.
From: "Steve Marak" <email@example.com>
"Aroid list" <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Wednesday, November 22, 2006 8:40 AM
Subject: [Aroid-l] "black"
>I keep forgetting to ask about this
> A few weeks ago I was wandering through a local
warehouse club (Sam's).
> had an arrangement of the most
impressive black zantedeschias I've ever
weren't truly black, of course, but easily the darkest I've ever
> looking black from any distance at all and without any lighter
> in a
> lot of the darker varieties I've seen, the
spathes haven't been that
> large -
> looked like lots of
rehmannii in them, to me, from the size and shape. But
> these had
larger spathes with a more open shape. I thought they were
> until I was within a couple of meters, and I had to
scratch them to be
> they weren't painted or otherwise
artifically colored somehow.
> The distributor rep happened to
be there, and said they were grown either
> Costa Rica or
Columbia - she wasn't sure which, and didn't know any more.
> got in only enough to do that one arrangement, and I've seen
> Anyone know what variety that might be? I've
checked out "black callas" on
> web - lots of hits, but
nothing as impressive as this one.
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