Calla Lily Plants

If I Cut Calla Lilies, Will They Rebloom

sandym527 added on June 12, 2014 | Answered

I just bought 2 containers of Calla Lily and thought I could put them in a window box and still cut them to bring inside for a vase. If I cut them, will they not come back? Will they re-bloom? If so, how would I cut them?

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Answered on June 12, 2014

There are dozens of varieties of calla lillies, and most of them will bloom for 2 or 3 months, the flowers lasting a couple of weeks. Of course you can cut the the flowers -- cut the stem as close as possible to the soil, at the point where it emerges from the leaves. After the flowers have bloomed, you can save the rhizomes, and plant them again next year for more flowers. This article will tell you how:

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