Learn Calla Lily care in this mini plant profile about the calla lily plants in your garden.


Caring for the Calla lily plants in your garden can be easy with the proper know-how.

With their ability to spread and multiply over time, they will create a nice blanket of tropical-looking leaves and blooms in your garden.

Learn quick care and planting tips for this stunning plant!

 

Pink Calla lilies planted in the landscape

In “Calla Lily Care – A Mini Plant Profile” – DIY Garden Minute Ep. 90 – learn all about the Calla lily and how to properly care for it in your garden. 

This episode is meant for any gardener who wants to learn how to maintain their garden plants. 

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Because you want to know more about Calla lilies, we have also included a link to our Calla lily plant profile sheet found on our free resource library.

 

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Calla Lily Care

The Calla Lily or “Calla’s” adds a tropical layer and colorful variety with striking gorgeous flowers with lush lance-leaved foliage.

 

Calla care facts:

  • Are considered a perennial and native to South Africa.
  • Have a Spathe-type of flower that comes in white, green, yellow, gold, orange, pink, lavender, purple, red, and combinations of these.
  • Blooms late spring to mid-summer.
  • Grows in Sunset Zones of 5, 6, 8, 9, 12-24, and H1 and H2. Hardy to Zone 8a for USDA Hardiness. 
  • They prefer light shade in hotter climates and full sun with some light shade in milder climates.
  • They like moist, boggy soil, but tolerant of different soils.
  • These plants need regular watering.
  • Calla’s need yearly cleanup of old or dead leaves or flowers and can be divided if they get too large in their location.
  • Common Callas are semi-evergreen to evergreen and aren’t dug up or stored over the winter.

 

Calla Lily orange and red flowers blooming on long green stems from vase-like growing leaves in groupings.

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Calla Lily Conclusion

The Calla lily is a low maintenance, stunning, summer-flowering bulb for your garden.

Adored by many gardeners for their vibrant color, tropical-looking leaves, and form, they provide a unique look and texture to any garden.

The Calla Lily could become the centerpiece of your garden or the background plant to complement your landscape. It’s up to you how you decide to use your Callas!

Now we want to hear from you!

What color Calla lily plants do you have or plan to add to your landscape?

Let us know by leaving a quick comment below. Thanks!

 

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Learn Calla Lily care in this mini plant profile about the calla lily plants in your garden.

 

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Today’s Topic: 

Calla Lily Care: A Mini Plant Profile

Learn how to properly care for your Calla lilies to help them thrive in your garden.


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Calla Lily Reference Sheet (on our free resource library)


What You’ll Learn:

  • Quick facts about our featured plant.
  • Links to buy your own Calla lilies
  • Links and videos for further resources or education.

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