Calla Lily World cubit
|Welcome to the World of Calla Lilies. The proper botanical name for them is Zantedeschia, but here in the US everyone calls them Callas. Join us to discuss these beautiful plants and flowers.|
|Growing Calla Lilies
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2012 Calla Lily Bulb Co-op with Pacific Callas|
By Susan Bryant on February 24, 2012
A Guide To Growing Zantedeschia (Calla Lilies)|
By Susan Bryant on March 19, 2010
Calla Lilies are native to South Africa. There are seven species which grow in colors of white, yellow, and pink. Hybridizers have created the summer blooming colored callas, which are sometimes Mini Callas, although they grow from 8 to 30 inches tall and the flower diameter can be from 1/2 to 3-1/2 inches. Callas come in almost every color- except blue! Callas are grown in two different ways, and it's important to know what kind of calla you have so you know how to care for it.
JACK-IN-THE-PULPIT and CALLA LILY CO-OP|
By Susan Bryant on March 7, 2011
These bulbs are coming to us from Pacific Callas- They've given us a great selection, many of these varieties are not available for sale to the public. Peter from Pacific Callas is a great guy and has worked with Co-ops here at Cubits and at Dave's Garden for many years. Please pass the word around to any of your gardening friends that might be interested! Grab a piece of paper to make your selections- we have a total of 58 bulbs to chose from!! Whoo-hoo!! The order thread can be found in the Calla Lily World cubit, or you can CMail me.