Calla Lilies From Seed Adventures in growing calla lilies. Although most people prefer to propagate their calla lilies by simply separating the bulbs, also known as rhizomes, it is fully doable to use seeds. Calla (bog arum, marsh calla, wild calla, squaw claw, and water-arum) is a genus of flowering plant in the family Araceae, containing the single species Calla palustris.It is native to cool temperate regions of the Northern Hemisphere, in central, eastern and northern Europe (France and Norway eastward), northern Asia and northern North America Calla lily is available in a multitude of colors, grows from rhizomes and is ideal for use in beds and borders. You can also grow calla lilies in containers outdoors or as houseplants. An easy to understand guide to growing and caring for Calla Lily plants, with light and watering requirements, propagation, growing tips and photos We occasionally offer Calla Lily in a kit that contains a rhizome (the underground stem that produces both roots and shoots), a plastic pot with saucer, and potting mix. One of the most popular indigenous flowers in South Africa is the Zantedeschia most commonly known as the White Arum Lily. Over the past few years we have seen more and more colours of the Hybrid Arum lilies being brought out. .
Repotting house plants, with help for growing Calla Lilies and African Violets Description. Zantedeschia species are rhizomatous, herbaceous, perennial plants with some species, e. g., Zantedeschia aethiopica, growing to 1.2m tall, while Zantedeschia rehmannii does not exceed 60 cm in height, growing in clumps or clusters. The typical calla lily bloom time may come and go without a sign of buds or flowers. It makes calla lily owners wonder “why don’t my calla lilies flower?” and “how can I make calla lilies bloom?” Find calla lily meaning, calla lilies in art and the modern history of the calla lily. Learn more about this fascinating, seductive flower here. .