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Calla (Zantedeschia)
Calla 'Orania®'

Grower Bulbs

Calla 'Orania®'

Zantedeschia

Plant Type: Grower Bulbs

A vibrant pink-orange, two-toned flower with white spotted leaves. Good for cuts and larger containers, 8-10 weeks to flower.

  • Vibrant pink-orange, two-toned flowers
  • 8-10 weeks to flower
  • Excellent for containers, white speckled leaves
Item # Pack Size  
4823516 25 16/18cm Please Login for Pricing

Height:

18-24 in

Spread:

12-16 in

Zone:

9-10

Growing & Maintenance Tips:

Well drained potting soil with a high air porosity and a PH 6-6.5, Plant tubers 1-1.5" below soil surface, Grow warm at 72-75° days, Grow under high light intensities - full sun.

Calla

Common Name: Zantedeshia

Calla Lilies make excellent pot or patio plants. They also grow well when transplanted into the garden, but are not hardy. Plant in well-drained soil and full sun for best growth.

NEW 'DUTCH CALLAS' FOR STRONGER STEMS, VIBRANT COLORS, LARGER FLOWERS, UPRIGHT GROWTH HABIT AND VERY FLORIFEROUS

  • Pretreated Tubers: Tubers have been pre-treated with a GA dip to encourage greater and more uniform flowers. We pretreat all our tubers in the US.
  • Pot Size: Plant 1x16/18cm tuber per gallon; Plant 1x20/+cm tuber per 2gallon.
  • Use a well-drained potting soil with a high air porosity and a pH 6 - 6.5. Add gypsum/lime to increase pH.
  • Plant tubers 1-1.5" below the soil surface, flat side up. Callas root from the top of the tuber and need sufficient soil coverage over the tuber to prevent new roots from drying out.
  • Keep pots evenly moist to promote root growth, especially after potting.
  • Grow Callas warm at 72-75F days. Little growth occurs at temperatures below 64F.
  • Too much shade or spacing too tight will result in week stems and floppy plants.

Characteristics & Attributes

Exposure

Sun Tolerant
Morning Sun / Afternoon Shade

Soil Moisture Needs

Average Soil

Attributes

Fragrant
Good Container Plant
Good Cut Flower / Foliage

Season of Interest (Flowering)

Summer
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