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Calla lilies come in a number of colors and add interest, as well as a tropical flair, to both indoor and outdoor gardens. Learn how to grow a calla lily plant in the articles below. You will also find tips and information on common issues with growing calla lilies so you can keep them healthy and enjoy them year round.
With their handsome, tropical foliage and dramatic flowers, calla lilies add a hint of mystery and elegance to the garden. This article tells you how to transplant calla lilies outside or into pots for indoor or outdoor culture.
Calla lilies are handsome enough to grow for their foliage alone, but when the bold, single-petaled flowers unfurl, they are sure to attract attention. Learn how to divide these dramatic, tropical plants in this article.
Common growing problems can cause the heavy calla lily flower to droop. Want to know how to fix calla lily flower droop? Information about drooping calla lilies can be found in this article.
Calla lilies don't drop petals like many other plants when their flowers are done blooming. These spent blossoms should be clipped off. Learn how to deadhead calla lily in this article.
Yellowing leaves can be a sign that something is wrong with your plant. A calla lily turning yellow can be an indication of a number of problems. Find out what those are and how to fix it here.
Calla lilies make excellent houseplants and in addition to division, one may ask, “Can I grow calla seed pods and, if so, where can I find info on how to grow a calla lily from seed?” Read here to find out.
There are many colors of calla lily, but the white is one of the most used. And though there are few calla flower problems, one common occurrence is the appearance of green flowers. Learn why this happens here.
The typical calla lily bloom time may come and go without a sign of buds or flowers. It makes calla lily owners wonder “why don't my calla lilies flower?” and “how can I make calla lilies bloom?” This article can help.
Calla lilies are an asset to any garden. But, if you would like to see calla lilies year after year in your garden, you will need to take a few extra steps for calla lily winter care. This article will help with that.