Photographed with mobile phone. Flower Zantedeschia.

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Photographed with mobile phone. Flower Zantedeschia.

By Mary Ellen Ellis Calla lily plants produce classically beautiful flowers, prized for their elegant, trumpet-like shape. The white calla lily is one of the most well-known and popular varieties, but if you’re a fan, check out the many other colorful options. About Calla Lilies Plants Calla lilies are not true lilies; they belong to the Arum family of plants and the genus Zantedeschia. There are six different species of this flower, which hail from South Africa and that have become popular for growing in the garden and for cut flowers around the world. Both in beds and in containers, all types of calla lily make for an elegant addition. In general, calla lilies prefer full sun or partial shade and rich, moist, well-drained soil. In warmer climates without winter frost, these flowers will grow like perennials. In colder areas, they are tender bulbs that can be planted each year,

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