I was given a calla lily in the spring. one of the flowers contains large seed like pods. i have had to prop it up to keep it from pulling plant over. This is a indoor plant. What is the best way to carry it over until next spring and what do I do with the seed like pods? Thank you, any help will be appreciated.
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You can save those seed pods as they start to turn color. Dry them out, and store them in a drawer, and try to plant them later. Here is an article for wintering these plants: