Calla lilies

This question was asked by
Mrs josephine H

How do I look after a calla Lily during winter in a big pot? What months do they flower and can they stay in a pot.

Calla Lilies are ideal for planting in containers for houseplants or for seasonal outdoor bedding displays. They need planting the spring for flowers throughout the summer months. Usually around June, July and August and they are such a long lasting flower.
If planting in pots, use a loam-based compost like John Innes No. 2 but a good multi-purpose compost is also fine.
Lift Rhizomes before the first frosts and store them over winter before replanting them next Spring (after the risk of frost has passed).
Store Rhizomes in trays of compost in a cool, dark, frost-free location, e.g a garage, shed, warm greenhouse or conservatory.

Calla Lily – Zantedeschia

The Hart Family

Calla Lily – Zantedeschia

This question was asked by
Margaret Roselaar

I overwintered a Calla Lilly that was given to me in a pot. It is starting to sprout. Do I need to report it and what is the best medium to use

Hi there,
You can give it some fresh compost but you can keep it where it is if you like. John Innes No. 2 is a good compost to use.

The Hart Family

Calla Lily

This question was asked by
rick

Hi there
We are looking for a type of Calla Lily that we can plant, flower and leave in the ground, and then flower year on year.
Can you help?
Thank you

Yes we have plenty of Callas to choose from – they will need lifting and storing over winter though.

Calla Lily – Zantedeschia

The Hart Family