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Calla lilies are unique and elegant flowering plants that make a spectacular addition to the home or garden. They're also popular choices for bridal bouquets and flower arrangements. White calla lilies are quite common, but green, pink, purple, yellow, and orange are also available. The colored flower types (Zantedeschia hybrida) are complex hybrids of different South African species and grow from deciduous tubers. These plants come from mountainous regions where temperatures are cool, but the ground never freezes. Native light levels are high and soil drains quickly.
Q: Help! My bulbs are slow to come up.
A: Make sure you planted them with shallow covering — only 1" – 2" of soil. Also, make sure that they were planted top-side up.
Q: Why are some of the flowers different sizes?
A: Each variety has a different size and height.
Q: Why are they blooming less than they used to?
A: Fertilize every year to help maintain flower size and count. For best results, use Roberta's Flower Magic Plant Food twice a month all summer. Otherwise, a standard well-balanced fertilizer normally used for houseplants will suffice.
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