My Wife recently bought the plant picture above without knowing it's name. Can anybody tell us, and also how best to care for it. Thanks in anticipation F.
Looks like an Arum Lily, Zantedeschia aethiopia. No idea how to care for though - someone else will be along in a minute!
They like lots of moisture, sometimes they are actually grown as pond plants. Not all species are reliably hardy, so may need to be brought in to a frost free location over winter.
Although they do like moisture, I have one in my very sunny south facing garden and very rarely water it! Mine started flowering last week and I now have in total 14 buds/those in full flower.
To deadhead, just pull from the base of the flower stem (like you would pull rhubarb).
My brother in law has them in the garden. He just cuts them down to stalks and they produce more laves and flowers in spring/summer.
Thanks to you all. will pass info to my better half.
thanks again F.