Calla Lily Plants

Cally Lily Turned Yellow, Burnt Edges

Anonymous added on July 10, 2016 | Answered

I bought a cally lily plant in April which had 2 blooming flowers then. It was placed indoors and I watered alternative days or less with very little water. In June one flower started to look dry, then it died. Following that one leaf turned yellow and I trimmed it away after reading that it may be too wet, so I re-potted it, trimmed away the bad wet leaf, reduced my watering and placed in outside (partial sun at certain hours). That didn't help either; more leaves are turning yellow. One leaf appeared eaten away or burnt edge. What is wrong? Can I still save it?

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Answered on July 12, 2016

This could be a nutrient issue.
Have you fertilized?

Also if the roots were in soggy soil it is possible they plant suffered root rot.

These links will help you access the plant.

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