How do you fertilize calla lilies?


Calla lilies can be fertilized using an all-purpose fertilizer. A monthly application of fertilizer will suffice.
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1. Plant bulbs approximately 2 inches deep in well-drained soil. While watering is necessary and the soil should never completely dry out, over watering bulbs is a common mistake.
1. Start your calla lilies from tubers or rhizomes. Although they can be started from seed, it takes a long time and calla lily seeds do not have a high germination rate. Ad. 2. Plant
You plant them during spring and early summer. Callas need to be planted deeper than most bulbs their size. Plant the rhizomes 4 inches deep and 12 inches apart. Plant the tubers
C-a-l-l-a L-i-l-y is the correct spelling for the flower. It isn't actually a Calla flower or a lily.
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How to Fertilize Calla Lilies
Calla lilies are a gorgeous and graceful addition to any landscape. Understanding their basic care and fertilizing needs will help ensure that your garden's calla lilies stand out beautifully.... More »
Difficulty: Moderately Easy
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