If you love calla lily flowers, become your own florist. It's easier than you might think. This beautiful plant grows from rhizomes and is ideal for use in beds and borders.
Planting: 1. Fill your containers with good quality, well-drained soil. Make sure there are adequate drainage holes; calla tubers must never sit in waterlogged soil or they will rot.
2. Dig holes and plant the callas shallowly, so the tops of the tubers are exposed. Look for the sides of the tubers that appears to have the most "eyes" or growing points, which look much like the eyes on a potato. Plant the tubers with the eyes facing up.
3. After planting, water your callas generously to settle the soil around the tubers. Roots and sprouts will form in a few weeks, depending on soil and air temperatures.
4. When in bloom, feel free to cut calla lily flowers for bouquets.