Calla Lilies

Calla Black Calla Gold Calla Pink Calla Red

Blooming Season: Summer, fall

Plant Habit: Upright

Characteristics: Easy care

Water: Medium, light

Fertilize: Every two weeks

Height: 8" - 10"

Width: 8" - 10"

Exposure: Sun

General Information: 

Calla lilies, scientifically known as Zantedeschia, are a genus of flowering plants native to southern Africa. These elegant flowers are renowned for their trumpet-shaped blooms and vibrant colors, making them a popular choice for bouquets and garden displays.


Calla lilies thrive in well-draining soil that is rich in organic matter. It is essential to choose a location in your garden that receives partial to full sunlight, as these plants require ample light to produce healthy blooms.

Before planting calla lily bulbs, it is crucial to prepare the soil by loosening it and removing any weeds or debris. Plant the bulbs at a depth of about 2-4 inches, ensuring that the pointed end faces upwards. Water the bulbs thoroughly after planting and maintain consistent moisture throughout the growing season.

Calla lilies benefit from regular fertilization to promote healthy growth and abundant blooms. Apply a balanced fertilizer once a month during the growing season, following the manufacturer's instructions. Additionally, remove any dead or yellowing leaves to maintain the plant's overall health and appearance.

In colder climates, calla lilies are not frost-tolerant and need to be protected during the winter months. Before the first frost, carefully dig up the bulbs and store them in a cool, dry place. It is essential to keep the bulbs away from direct sunlight and extreme temperatures until the next planting season.

While calla lilies are generally resilient, they can be susceptible to certain pests and diseases.  Regularly inspect your plants for any signs of infestation or disease and take appropriate measures, such as using organic insecticides or fungicides, to control the problem. 



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