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When to Plant Calla Lillies?

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Although subtropical in origin, calla lilies die back in winter or drought but remain alive in their underground rhizomes. Since the plant remains alive in the rhizome, it may be planted any time of year as long as it will not be killed by dry soil
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Pick them when they're open. More will grow. I have a variety that the blooms last 1 week.
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Yes, nature sure is working the foliage over right about now! However, if you want a spectacular show for next year, it's important to leave the tubers in for now. This is the time
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Choose a site for the calla lily that has good drainage. Lilies like sun on their faces but cool feet, so plant where the flowers can touch sunlight and the roots are shaded. Plant
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