How Do You Care For Potted Calla Lilies?
Calla lilies are sturdy, bold plants characterized by dark and glossy leaves and striking, cupped blooms that sit atop a long, leafless shoot. Available in white and shades of pink, purple, green and yellow, Calla lilies thrive outdoors in zones 7 to 10 and indoors as potted houseplants in all zones. Understanding how to care for potted Calla lilies will help your plant thrive and your flowers stand out beautifully. Place your potted Calla lily in a spot that is just shy of full sunlight. A sunny windowsill is a great location in the cooler months. You can place your Calla lilies outside in a sunny location if the temperatures are warmer than 60 degrees F at night. Keep an eye on the thermometer. Calla lilies prefer the air temperature to hover around 70 degrees F. Be sure to keep your potted plants away from heating ducts in the winter and the air conditioning vents in the summer. Water your Calla lilies. Potted Calla lilies need moist soil at all times; however, you do not want to ov