Calla Lily Plants

Planting Calla Lily

Lorraine Mclaughlin added on May 17, 2015 | Answered

I received a calla lily for Mother's day. I want to plant it but I need to know when this can be done. Do I need to wait to dry the bulb out? Can I plant it immediately? Do I need to wait until fall? I live in Northeast Pa. Thank you.

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Answered on May 19, 2015

You may go ahead and plant out your calla lily plant after danger of frost. You should be safe in your region now.
You will need to dig up your rhizomes in the fall and store, as they are only hardy to zones 8 thru 10.
Here is a link to help you get started. Enjoy!

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