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Pick a well drained, rich, organic flower bed or planter to plant into. They prefer to be planted in a location that receives filtered light or part shade as plants will burn in full sun.  Calla Lilies are easy to grow in almost any soil condition but avoid excessively soggy soil as they will rot.  If planting in a container, ensure there are adequate drainage holes.  \u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp data-open-accessibility-text-original=\"14px\"\u003ePlant the Calla bulb 10 cm (4\") below the surface of the soil with the eyes (growing tips) facing upwards. Lightly cover with soil and water thoroughly. \u003c\/p\u003e\n\u003cp data-open-accessibility-text-original=\"14px\"\u003e\u003cspan\u003eDo not allow soil to completely dry out. 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Calla Bulbs, Lily Cinco de Mayo Mix

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Spring planting:  this item starts shipping in April (providing the outside temperature is above freezing) through to May

An elegant mix of canary yellow, pink, and black calla lilies that will surely attract attention.  Calla Lilies look great in any garden setting, with it's long lasting sturdy trumpet-shaped blooms and complementary speckled leaves. Calla Lilies are great for cut flowers with the blooms lasting up to 2 weeks in a vase.  Zantedeschia,

Bulb Count: 3

Bulb Size: 16/18

Plant Type:  Annual (dig out after first frost for overwintering, or treat as an annual)

Light Requirement: Full Sun to Partial Shade

Blooms: Summer to First Frost

Plant Height: 40 cm or 16"

Plant Spacing: 20-30 cm or 8-12"

Plant Depth: 10 cm or 4"

Planting Information:

Calla Lilies are shipped as rhizome bulbs.  If you are not able to plant the bulbs upon arrival, store in a cool, dry, dark location.

Plant Calla Lilies after the last Spring frost. Pick a well drained, rich, organic flower bed or planter to plant into. They prefer to be planted in a location that receives filtered light or part shade as plants will burn in full sun.  Calla Lilies are easy to grow in almost any soil condition but avoid excessively soggy soil as they will rot.  If planting in a container, ensure there are adequate drainage holes.  

Plant the Calla bulb 10 cm (4") below the surface of the soil with the eyes (growing tips) facing upwards. Lightly cover with soil and water thoroughly. 

Do not allow soil to completely dry out. If plants are not receiving water from regular rain, provide your plants with 2.5 cm (1") of water per week.

Tips:

- To get a jump start to the flowering season, you can plant the bulbs in pots indoors about a month before transplanting into the garden.

After planting, it can take 2 weeks or more for the first calla shoots to appear. Once shoots appear, the plants grow quickly.

- During the growing season, Calla Lilies benefit from a monthly application of liquid fertilizer. This is especially important when they are grown in containers.

- Planting in soil that is too rich in nitrogen will produce lush, green plants with no flowers.  To counteract this, add phosphorus-rich soil.

- Calla Lilies are deer resistant.

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