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How To Grow And Care For a Potted Calla Lily

Calla is part of the special-shaped lily species of lily, even though a mystery aura has been created around it. Over time, this flower has been associated with important life events, such as funer…

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What You Must Know About Potted Calla Lily Care

Even if you don't have a green thumb, growing calla lilies in pots and containers is not difficult at all. Understand the basic potted calla lily care instructions, and you can successfully maintain this tropical flowering plant to complement your interior decor.

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Wedding Flowers: Calla Lily

Gorgeous ways to use calla lily at your wedding ceremony and reception.

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How to Divide & Pot Calla Lilies & Other Rhizome Plants

Rhizomes are plant bulbs that are flat in shape and very bulbous in size, a typical example of a rhizome is ginger. Ginger is the bulb of a tropical plant, mainly found in Hawaii, Asia, and the Philapens. Plants that you may know that have rhizome bulbs may include Irises and Calla Lilies. Rhizome, like other bulb forms, are perennial bases for plants, so they come back each spring or summer. You walk outside and find this, a weedy mess. There is also a few plants emerging that must not be cut down: Calla lilies. Here is a tutorial on divide and pot rhizome based plants. 1. Dig a wide base around the plant so not to damage the rhizome and delicate roots. 2. Remove non-desired plant debris including the roots of said debris. Do this gently. 3. After cleaning and sprucing the plant remove inspect the roots for any infestation of bugs or root. 3. Remove the secondary plants that have budded from the parent plant, make sure it has its own rhizome and roots intact. 4. Choose a pot to plant secondary plants that are large enough to retain water and have no need transplant the plant any time soon. Fill to the top with light airy potting soil. 5. Dig a deep hole into the soil that can support the plant base and wide enough to allow room for the roots. 6. Some roots may be very long, gently coil the around the base loosely. 7. Gently press the soil down firmly and position the plant as straight and natural as possible. Water thoroughly to settle the dirt and eliminate any air pockets. 8. Replant the parent plant add new mulch and water very generously until the plant is reestablished in the soil. 9. Within a month or so you'll have extra pretty plants like these to give away to friends. ~~~ Homestead Barn Hop hosted by Homestead Revival, The Prairie Homestead, New Life on a Homestead, & A Blossoming Homestead. and Farm Friday/Girl Friday at Verde Farm & Dandelion House

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How To Plant Calla Lily Bulbs For Beginners

Calla lilies are surprisingly beautiful flowers. Learn how to plant Calla lily bulbs, so that you can enjoy them this summer and every year.

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How to Care for Calla Lily Plants in Winter | eHow.com

Classic white calla lilies (Zantedeschia aethiopica) and cultivars of hybrid calla lilies (Zantedeschia hybrida), which come in colors ranging from pink and cream to yellow, orange, purple and rust all grow in U.S. Department of Agriculture plant hardiness zones 8 through 10.

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