My calla lily plants are in containers in a sunny window in the AM and a shaded window in the PM. I use a water meter to make sure that they are not over watered but kept moist. No matter what I do, they are turning yellow and dying. What can I do not to lose them?
What Causes Calla Lily Leaves to Turn Yellow?
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It can be difficult for the indoor Calla Lily to receive enough light. Could you set the pot outdoors to receive more sunlight?
Yellowing leaves generally indicate a watering issue. Either to much or to little. Since your watching the watering carefully, I also would suggest you check to make sure the pot is draining adequately. Make sure the water is not pooling around the roots causing root rot.
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